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NORTH CAROLINA 

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VOLUME 11 ♦ ISSUE 25 • Pages 1901 - 1968 

April 1, 1997 



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IN THIS ISSUE 

Executive Orders 

Community Colleges 

Dental Examiners 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Insurance 

Labor 

Optometry, NC Board of Examiners in 

Rule^ Review Commission 

Contested Case Decisions 



PUBLISHED BY 

The Office of Administrative Heatings 
Rules Division 
PO Drawer 27447 
Raleigh, NC 27611-7447 
Telephone (919) 733-2678 
Fax (919) 733-3462 



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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 



In order to better facilitate internal processes and 
compile statistical data, the Register publication year is 
now changed to the State's fiscal year, July through 
June. The issues published April 1997 through June 1, 
1997 will be numbered as Issue 25 through Issue 30. The 
first issue published in July 1997 will be numbered as 
Issue 1 and will be numbered consecutively thereafter 
through June 1998. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 
REGISTER 




IN THIS ISSUE 



I. EXECUTIVE ORDERS 

Executive Orders 107 - 108 



1901 - 1902 



n. m ADDITION 
Labor 

Occupational Safety & Health, 
Verbatim Adoption of Federal Standards 



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Volume 11, Issue 25 
Pages 1901 - 1968 



ffl. RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Wildlife Resources & Water Safety 



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April 1, 1997 



This issue contains documents officially filed 
through March 10, 1997. 



IV. PROPOSED RULES 
Insurance 

NC Home Inspectors Licensure Board 1906 - 1915 

Licensing Boards 

Dental Examiners 1915 - 1917 

Optometry, NC Board of Examiners in 1917 



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Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

424 North Blount Street (27601 ) 

PO Drawer 27447 

Raleigh, NC 2761 1-7447 

(919)733-2678 

FAX (919) 733-3462 



Julian Mann III, Director 

James R. Scarcella Sr., Deputy Director 

Molly Masich, Director of APA Services 

Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 

Teresa Kilpatrick, Editorial Assistant 

Jean Shirley, Editorial Assistant 
Linda Richardson, Editorial Assistant 



V. TEMPORARY RULES 
Community Colleges 

Community Colleges 1919 - 1944 

Labor 
Boiler and Pressure Vessel 1918 - 1919 

VI. RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 1945 - 1948 

Vn. CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 

Index to ALI Decisions 1949 - 1963 

Text of Selected Decisions 
96 OSP 1700 1964 - 1967 

Vm. CUMULATIVE INDEX 1 45 



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EXECUTIVE ORDERS 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 107 

DESIGNATION OF OFFICE AND HUNT 

ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS 

AUTHORIZED TO RECEIVE BILLS UNDER 

ARTICLE n, SECTION 22, OF THE 

NORTH CAROLINA CONSTITUTION 

WHEREAS, Article II, Section 22, of the North Carolina 
Constitution provides in part that certain bills must be 
presented to the Governor; and 

WHEREAS, the Constitution does not specify the manner 
in which presentation is to be made and accepted; and 

WHEREAS, from time to time it may be impracticable for 
bills subject to Section 22 of Article II to be presented 
personally to the Governor; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need to provide a method of 
presentation for use when personal presentation to the 
Governor is impracticable. 

NOW, THEREFORE, by the authority vested in me by the 
laws and Constitution of the State of North Carolina, IT IS 
ORDERED: 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 108 

NORTH CAROLINA INTERIM LEAD ABATEMENT 

CERTinCATION PROGRAM 

WHEREAS, lead poisoning is a significant public health 
problem in North Carolina with approximately 7% of the 
children screened having elevated blood lead levels; and 

WHEREAS, lead poisoning can cause severe damage to 
developing brains and nervous systems of young children. 
Low dose lead exposure can reduce intelligence, delay 
cognitive development, and impair physical growth in 
children. This can result in lower academic achievement, 
decreased worker productivity and greater health and human 
resources costs to the State; and 

WHEREAS, old housing, particularly in rural areas, 
represents 80% of the source of lead exposure to North 
Carolina's children; and 

WHEREAS, General Statute 130 A- 13 1.5 mandates 
abatement of lead-based paint hazards in dwellings, schools 
and day care facilities determined to be potential sources of 
elevated blood lead levels in children less than six years of 
age; and 



Section 1. Designated Office 

Any bill subject to Article II, Section 22, of the North 
Carolina Constitution shall be deemed presented to the 
Governor upon actual delivery of the original bill to the 
Office of the Governor's Legislative Counsel in such manner 
as to ensure that the Governor's Legislative Counsel knows 
or should know of the bill's presentation. 



WHEREAS, the United States Department of Housing and 
Urban Development has awarded the North Carolina 
Department of Commerce (NCDOC) $4,000,000 in funding 
for lead abatement. The NCDOC can only disburse these 
fimds to lead abatement contractors certified according to the 
requirements set forth in the Residential Lead-Based Paint 
Reduction Act of 1992; and 



Section 2. Designated Officials 

Any bill subject to Article II, Section 22, of the North 
Carolina Constitution shall be deemed presented to the 
Governor upon actual delivery of the original bill to any 
employee of the Governor's Office designated by a letter to 
be presented to the office of the principal clerk of each house 
prior to the passage of the first bill in each session and 
updated from time to time as needed. 

Section 3. Unacceptable Presentation 

Except as provided herein, no bill shall be deemed 
presented in compliance with Article II, Section 22, of the 
North Carolina Constitution unless presented, in original 
form, personally to Governor James B. Hunt Jr. 

Section 4. Term 

This Executive Order is effective immediately and shall 
remain in effect until rescinded or amended by subsequent 
executive order. 

Done in the Capital City of Raleigh, North Carolina, this 
the 20th day of February, 1997. 



WHEREAS, North Carolina faces losing the $4,000,000 
in federal funding without a mechanism for the certification 
of lead abatement contractors; and 

WHEREAS, more than 80% of the lead-based paint 
abatement activities in North Carolina are conducted pursuant 
to state mandates in response to children with elevated blood 
lead levels or through specific grants or loans from the North 
Carolina Department of Commerce, the North Carolina 
Housing Finance Agency, or federal or state funding 
mechanisms. 

NOW, THEREFORE, by the authority vested in me by the 
Constimtion and laws of the State of North Carolina and the 
United States of America, IT IS ORDERED: 

Section 1. Purpose 

The Interim Lead Abatement Certification Program will 
temporarily certify individuals to perform specified lead 
abatement activities. 

Section 2. Responsibilities of the Department of 
Environment. Health and Natural Resources 



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a. Applicability 

( 1 ) For this Executive Order, "the Department" 
shall refer to the Department of Environment, Health, and 
Natural Resources. "The Program" shall refer to the Interim 
Lead Abatement Certification Program. "The State" shall 
refer to the State of North Carolina. 

(2) As used in this Executive Order: 

(i) "Lead abatement" means any set of 
measures designed to identify or 
eliminate lead-based paint and 
lead-based paint hazards. 

(ii) "Lead-based paint" means paint or 
other surface coatings that contain 
lead at or greater than an action level 
determined by the Department. 

(iii) A "lead-based paint hazard" means 
any condition that causes exposure to 
lead from lead-contaminated dust, 
soil, or lead-based painted surfaces 
that would result in adverse effects to 
children's health. 

(iv) "Specified lead abatement activities" 
include those activities ordered by 
the State or a local health department 
or funded by monies granted from 
the state or federal government for 
the purpose of lead-based paint 
hazard abatement, but do not include 
funds for general rehabilitation 
purposes. 

b. Responsibilities 



(1) The Department shall establish an Interim 
Lead Abatement Certification Program for all individuals 
performing specified lead abatement activities as set forth in 
Section 2.a.(2)(iv) above. 

(2) The Program will assist such individuals to 
acquire lead abatement certification. Individuals shall 
acquire certification before performing specific lead 
abatement activities as set forth in Section 2.a.(2)(iv). 

(3) The Program will certify individuals 
according to the requirements set forth in the Residential 
Lead-Based Paint Reduction Act of 1992. 

(4) The Program will assure that those specified 
lead abatement activities as set forth in Section 2.a.(2)(iv) are 
performed by certified individuals. 

(5) The Department shall continue its efforts to 
obtain a permanent lead abatement certification program. 
The Program shall remain in effect until the State fulfills the 
statutory requirements of Section 404(a) of the Toxic 
Substance Control Act within the established time limits. 

(6) The funding for the Program shall be 
provided to the Department by the North Carolina 
Department of Commerce out of funding provided to the 
NCDOC by the United States Department of Housing and 
Urban Development. 

Section i. Effective Date 

This Executive Order is effective immediately. 

Done in the Capital City of Raleigh, North Carolina, this 
the 24th day of February, 1997. 



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IN ADDITION 



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This Section contains public notices that are required to be published in the Register or have been approved by the 
Codifier of Rules for publication. 



North Carolina Department of Labor 

Division of Occupational Safety and Health 

319 Chapanoke Road 

Raleigh, NC 27603 

(919) 662-4575 



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NOTICE OF VERBATIM ADOPTION OF FEDERAL STANDARDS 

Pursuant to GS § 150B-21 .5(c) the Occupational Safety and Health Division of the Department of Labor hereby gives notice 
that it has submitted a permanent rule change to bring certain entries in 13 NCAC 07F .0101 Table Z-1 . - LIMITS FOR AIR 
CONTAMINANTS, into compliance with federal OSHA standards (29 CFR 1910). The affected entries are associated with 
2-Aminopyridine, Carbon Disulfide, Methylene chloride, and Vanadium. 

For additional information regarding this verbatim adoption please contact: 

Peggy D. Morris 

Division of Occupational Safety and Health 

319 Chapanoke Road 

Raleigh, NC 27603 

(919) 662-4581 



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North Carolina Department of Labor 

Division of Occupational Safety and Health 

319 Chapanoke Road 

Raleigh, NC 27603 

(919)662-4575 



NOTICE OF VERBATIM ADOPTION OF FEDERAL STANDARDS 

In consideration of G.S. 150B-21 .5(c) the Occupational Safety and Health Division of the N.C. Department of Labor hereby 
gives notice that: 

(1) Rule changes have been submitted to update the North Carolina Administrative Code at 13 NCAC 07F .0101, 13 
NCAC 07F .0201, and 13 NCAC 07F .0501 to incorporate by reference the occupational safety and health related 
provisions of Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations Parts 1910 and 1926 promulgated as of February 28, 
1997, except as specifically described. These rule changes are effective March 7, 1997. 

(2) the North Carolina Administrative Code at 13 NCAC 07A .0301 automatically includes amendments to certain parts 
of the Code of Federal Regulations, including Title 29, Part 1904-Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries 
and Illnesses. 

This update encompasses recent verbatim adoptions of the following: 



11:25 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER April I, 1997 1903 



IN ADDITION 



Corrections to the scaffolding portion of 29 CFR 1926 and a partial stay of the implementation of 29 CFR 
1926.451(b)(2)(i) as it relates to the minimum width of roof bracket scaffolds (Ref.: 61 FR 228, 59831-59832, 
November 25, 1996). 

Amendments to 29 CFR 1910 standards concerning occupational exposure to Methylene Chloride (Ref.: 62 FR 7, 
1494-1618, January 10, 1997) and 1,3-Butadiene (Ref.: 61 FR 214, 56746-56856, November 4, 1996). 

Amendments to 29 CFR 1904 concerning the requirements for reponing occupational injury and illness data to the 
U.S. Depanment of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) (Ref.: 62 FR 28, 6434-6442, 
Februar}' 1 1, 1997). The final federal rule will become effective on March 13, 1997. 

The Federal Register (FR), as cited above, contains both technical and economic discussions that explain the basis for each 
change. 

For additional information regarding this notice please contact: 

Peggy D. Morris 

Division of Occupational Safety and Health 

319 Chapanoke Road 

Raleigh, NC 27603 

(919)662-4581 



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RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 



A Notice of Rule-making Proceedings is a statement of subject matter of the agency 's proposed rule making. The agency 
must publish a notice of the subject matter for public comment at least 60 days prior to publishing the proposed text of 
a rule. Publication of a temporary rule serves as a Notice of Rule-making Proceedings and can be found in the Register 
under the section heading of Temporary Rules. A Rule-making Agenda published by an agency serves as Rule-making 
Proceedings and can be found in the Register uruler the section heading of Rule-making Agendas. Statutory reference: 
G.S. 150B-21.2. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 10 - WILDLIFE RESOURCES AND WATER SAFETY 

'KJotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the North Carolina Wildlife Commission in accordance with G.S. 
1 V 150B-21.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Register the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result 
of this notice of nde-making proceedings and any comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 15A NCAC lOF .0355. Other rules may be proposed in the course 
of the nde-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 75A-3; 75A-15 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Establish no wake zone on Yeopim River in Perquimans County. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To regulate boat speed in congested area. 

Comment Procedures: The record will be open for receipt of written comments from April 1, 1997 through May 31, 1997. 
Such written comments must be delivered or mailed to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, 512 N. Salisbury 
Street, Raleigh, NC 27604-1188. 



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PROPOSED RULES 



This Section contains the text of proposed rules. At least 60 days prior to the publication of text, the agency published 
a Notice of Rule-making Proceedings. The agency must accept comments on the proposed rule for at least 30 days from 
the publication date, or until the public hearing, or a later date if specified in the notice by the agency. The required 
comment period is 60daysfor a rule that has a substantial economic impact of at least five million dollars ($5,000,000). 
Statutory reference: G.S. 1 508-21. 2. 



TITLE 11 - DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2 that the North Carolina Home Inspectors 
Licensure Board intends to adopt rules cited as 11 NCAC 8 
.1001 - .1011. .1101 - .1116 and .1201 - .1209. Notice of 
Rule-making Proceedings was published in the Register on 
November 1. 1996. 

Proposed Effective Date: July 1. 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 9:00 a.m. on April 
16, 1997 at the N.C. Department of Insurance, 410 N. 
Boy Ian Avenue. Raleigh, NC 27603. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To establish licensing 
procedures, standards of practice, and a code of ethics for 
home inspectors as required by law. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be sent to 
Grover Sauyer, Department of Insurance. P.O. Box 26387, 
Raleigh, NC 27611. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five 
million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 8 - ENGINEERING AND BUILDING 
CODES 

SECTION .1000 - N.C. HOME INSPECTOR 
LICENSURE BOARD 

.1001 OmCERS 

The term of each officer shall be one year. Officers shall 
serve until a successor is elected and installed. Officers shall 
be eligible for re-election. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 48(a). 

.1002 MEETINGS 

(a) Regular Meetings. The date, time, and location of the 
Board meetings shall be listed with the Secretary of State's 
office. The chairman shall give written notice of the exact 
meeting place to each member no later than two weeks before 
the meeting. TTie chainnan may reschedule a regular meeting 
by giving written notice to aU members no later than two 
weeks before when the scheduled meeting would normally be 
held. 



(b) Special Meetings. Written notice of any special 
meetings shall be given to all members of the Board at least 
two weeks before the time of the meeting, setting forth the 
time, date, and place of the meeting and the purpose for 
which it shall be held. In the event of an emergency, the 
notice period may be shortened as long as every member is 
notified before the meeting. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 48(b). 

. 1003 PERSONS AND PRACTICES NOT 
AFFECTED 

Registered architects, professional engineers, and licensed 
general contractors do not need home inspector licenses to 
make on site inspections of residential buildings for which 
they are preparing plans, designs, specifications, or estimates 
for construction, remodeling, or repairs. 

Authority G.S. 143-151 .49(a)(13). 

.1004 EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE 

(a) The Board shall consider equivalent experience of 
applicants who do not meet the experience requirements of 
G.S. 143-151.51(5) or G.S. 143-151.61. Any one of the 
following descriptions of experience shall be considered 
sufficient to meet the equivalent experience requirements: 

(1) A bachelor of science degree from any 
engineering, architecture or building technology 
school and two years experience working in 
building design, construction, or inspection of 
building, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing 
systems. 

(2) A two year Associate of Applied Science degree 
from a community college or technical school in 
building technology, civil engineering, electrical 
engineering. mechanical engineering. or 
architecture; and either four years of design 
experience in building, electrical, mechanical, and 
plumbing systems, or four years experience as an 
employee under the direct supervision of a licensed 
general (residential or building) contractor who 
supervises electrical, mechanical, and plumbing 
subcontractors. 

(3) Six years experience as an employee under the 
direct supervision of a licensed general contractor 
(residential or building) performing building 
construction and who supervises electrical, 
mechanical, and plumbing subcontractors. 

(4) Certification by the Nonh Carolina Code Officials 
Qualification Board as a Code Enforcement 



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PROPOSED RULES 



Official with Standard Level I (or higher) 
inspection certification in four areas: building, 
electrical, mechanical, and plumbing. 

(5) Any combination of certification listed in 
Subparagraph (a)(4) of this Rule and a license as 
an electrical contractor (limited or greater) issued 
by the N.C. Board of Electrical Examiners, or a 
license as a heating or cooling contractor (HI. H2. 
or H3). or a plumbing contractor issued by the 
N.C. Board of Examiners of Plumbing. Heating 
and Fire Sprinkler Contractors, resulting in either 
a certificate or a license in four areas in building, 
electrical, mechanical, and plumbing contracting 
or inspections. 

£6} For the purpose of OS, 143-151. 51(5)a. tlie 
number of completed home inspections for 
compensation before October 1. 1996. as a home 
inspector may be included. 

(b) Applicants may submit other experience in the design, 
installation, or inspection of buildings and electrical, 
mechanical, and plumbing systems. The Board's Application 
Evaluation Committee shall consider such experience on a 
case-by-case basis. 

(c) Graduation in a home inspection course from a training 
institute or correspondence school is not sufficient to meet 
the equivalent experience alone. However, such courses may 
be listed along with other experience. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49fa)(13); 143-151. 51(5)b. 

.1005 RECIPROCITY 

If an applicant is licensed as a home inspector in another 
state that has laws and rules that are similar to G.S. 143. 
Article 9F and to die rules of the Board, the Board shall 
accept that license as evidence of experience. However, the 
applicant shall satisfactorily complete the Board's written 
examination and other licensing requirements before the 
Board shall issue the applicant a license. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1006 NET ASSETS OR SURETY BOND 

To be licensed as a home inspector, an applicant shall 
provide proof to the Board that he or she has personal net 
assets of five thousand dollars ($5.000) or more. In the 
alternative, the applicant shall provide the Board with a cash 
bond or a surety bond in the amount of five thousand dollars 
($5.000) or more. Any surety bond shall be written by a 
surety company that is authorized by the Commissioner of 
Insurance to do business in this State. 

Authority G.S. 143-151.51(3); 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1007 EXAMINATION 

An applicant must pass an examination administered by the 
Board. The examination shall be administered at least twice 
each year. The applicant must answer 70% of the questions 



correctly to receive a passing grade. The examination shall 
include questions about the administrative rules adopted by 
the Board. G.S. 143. Article 9F. inspections of the building 
structures and their components, and electrical, mechanical, 
and plumbing systems and appliances. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13): 143-151.51(2). 

.1008 APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSES 

Persons may obtain license applications from the Board 
after they pay tlie appropriate fee. Applicants shall return a 
completed application form and any supporting 
documentation to tlie Board at least 30 days before the next 
scheduled examination. The Board shall notify applicants of 
the times, dates, and locations of examinations. If available 
space is not sufficient for the number of applicants, 
additional examinations shall be scheduled. 

Authority G.S. 143-151 .49(a)(13); 143-151.51. 

. 1009 DISPLAY OF LICENSE 

Home inspectors shall display their licenses at their places 
of business. If a home inspector works out of his or her 
home, the inspector shall keep the license on file in the 
home. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); 143-151.54. 

.1010 APPEALS OF DENIALS 

The initial evaluations of license applications shall be made 
by the Board's staff. Any applicant wishing to appeal the 
staff's decision to deny his or her application shall make a 
written request for a review to the Board's Application 
Evaluation Committee. The applicant shall request a hearing 
if aggrieved by any final decision of the Board denying the 
application. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13): 143-151. 56(b). 

.1011 FEE SCHEDULE 

(a) The following fees apply to the licensure of home 
inspectors: 

Application for Home Inspector License $ 25.00 
Application for Associate Home Inspector License $ 15.00 

Home Inspector Examination S 75.00 

Associate Home Inspector Examination $ 75.00 

Initial Issuance of Home Inspector License $150.00 
Initial Issuance of Associate Home Inspector 

License $100.00 

Annual Renewal of Home Inspector License $150.00 
Annual Renewal of Associate Home Inspector 

License $100.00 
Late Renewal Penalty Fee ^ Home Inspector 

License $ 25.00 
Late Renewal Penalty Fee ; Associate Home 

Inspector License S 15.00 

Copies of Board Rules and License Standards $ 5.00 



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(b) The home inspector and the associate home inspector (1 1) 

initial issuance license fees are due after successful 
completion of the examination. The Board shall not issue a (12) 

license until it receives the appropriate fee. The license shall 
be valid from the date of issue until the following September 
30. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13): 143-151.55. 

SECTION .1100 - N.C. HOME INSPECTOR 

STANDARDS OF PRACTICE 

AND CODE OF ETfflCS 

.1101 DEnNITIONS 

The followin g definitions apply to this Section: 

(1) Automatic safety controls means devices designed 
and installed to protect s\stems and components 
from excessively high or low pressures and 
temperatures, excessive electrical current, loss of 
water, loss of ignition, fuel leaks, fire, freezing, or 
other unsafe conditions. 

(2) Central air conditioning means a system that uses 
ducts to distribute cooled or dehumidified air to 
more than one room or uses pipes to distribute 
chilled water to heat exchangers in more than one 
room, and that is not plugged into an electrical 
convenience outlet. 

(3) Component means a readily accessible and 
observable aspect of a system, such as a floor, or 
wall, but not individual pieces such as boards or 
nails where many similar pieces make up the 
component. 

(4) Cross connection means any physical cormection or (20) 
arrangement between potable water and any source 

of contamination. 

(5) Dangerous or adverse situations means situations 
that pose a threat of injury to the inspector, or 
those situations that require the use of special 
protective clothing or safely equipment. 

(6) Describe means report in writing a system or 
component by its type, or other observed 
characteristics, to distinguish it from other 
components used for the same purpose. 

(7) Dismantle means to take apart or remove any 
component, device or piece of equipment that is 
bolted, screwed, or fastened by other means and 
that would not be dismantled by a homeowner in 
the course of normal household maintenance. 

(8) Enter means to go into an area to observe all 

visible components. (23) 

(9) Functional drainage means a drain is functional 
when it empties in a reasonable amount of time and 

does not overflou' when another fixture is drained (24) 

simultaneously. 
(10) Functional flow means a reasonable flow at the 
highest fixture in a dwelling when another fixture 
is operated simultaneously. 



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Installed means attached or cormected such that the 
installed item requires tools for removal. 
Normal operating controls means homeowner 
operated devices such as a thermostat, wall switch. 
or safety switch. 

Observe means tlie act of making a visual 
examination. 

On-site water supply quality means water quality 
is based on tlie bacterial, chemical, mineral, and 
solids content of the water. 
On-site water supply quantity means water quantity 
is tlie rate of flow of water. 
Operate means to cause systems or equipment to 
function. 

Readily openable access panel means a panel 
provided for homeowner inspection and 
maintenance that has removable or operable 
fasteners or latch devices in order to be lifted off, 
swung open, or otherwise removed by one person: 
and its edges and fasteners are not painted in place. 
This definition is limited to those panels within 
normal reach or from a four-foot stepladder. and 
that are not blocked by stored items, furniture, or 
building components. 

Representative number means for multiple 
identical components such as windows and 
electrical outlets ; one such component per room. 
For multiple identical exterior components ^ one 
such component on each side of the building. 
Roof drainage systems means gutters, downspouts, 
leaders, splashblocks. and similar components used 
to carry water off a roof and away from a building. 
Shut down means a piece of equipment or a system 
is shut down when it cannot be operated by the 
device or control that a home owner should 
normally use to operate iL If its safety switch or 
circuit breaker is in the "off" position, or its fuse 
is missing or blown, the inspector is not required 
to reestablish the circuit for tlie purpose of 
operating the equipment or system. 
Solid fuel heating device means any wood, coal, or 
other similar organic fuel burning device, 
including but not limited to fireplaces whether 
masonry or factory built, fireplace inserts and 
stoves, woodstoves (room heaters), central 
furnaces, and combinations of these devices. 
Structural component means a component that 
supports non-variable forces or weights (dead 
loads) and variable forces or weights (live loads). 
System means a combination of interacting or 
interde{>endent components, assembled to carry out 
one or more functions. 

Technically exhaustive means an inspection 
involving the extensive use of measurements, 
instruments, testing, calculations, and other means 
to develop scientific or engineering findings, 
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(25) Underfloor crawl space means the area within the 
confines of the foundation and between the ground 
and the underside of the lowest floor structural 
component. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); 143-151. 49(a)(2). 

. 1 102 STANDARDS OF PRACTICE 

This Section sets forth the minimum standards of practice 
required of licensed home inspectors and licensed associate 
home inspectors. In this Section, the term "home inspectors" 
means both licensed home inspectors and licensed associate 
home inspectors. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(2); 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

. 1 103 PURPOSE AND SCOPE 

(a) Home inspections performed according to this Section 
shall provide the client with a better understanding of the 
property conditions, as obser\'ed at the time of the home 
inspection. 

(b) Home inspectors shall: 

(1) Provide a written, signed contract that shall: 

(A) State that the home inspection is in 
accordance with the Standards of Practice of 
the North Carolina Home Inspector 
Licensure Board: 

(B) Describe what services shall be provided 
and their cost: and 

(C) State, when an inspection is for only one or 
a limited number of systems or components, 
that the inspection is limited to only those 
systems or components. 

(2) Observe readily visible and accessible installed 
systems and components listed in this Section: and 

(3) Submit a written report to the client that shall: 

(A) Describe those systems and components 
specified to be described in Rules .1106 
through .1115 of this Section: 

(B) State which systems and components 
designated for inspection in this Section 
have been inspected, and state any systems 
or components designated for inspection 
that were not inspected, and the reason for 
not inspecting: 

(C) State any systems or components so 
inspected that do not function as intended, 
allowing for normal wear and tear, or 
adversely affect the habitability of the 
dwelling: and 

(D) State the name, license number, and 
signature of the person supervising the 
inspection and the name, license number, 
and signature of the person conducting the 
inspection. 

(c) This Section does not limit home inspectors from: 
(U Reporting observations and conditions or rendering 



opinions of items in addition to those required in 
Paragraph (b) of this Rule: or 
(2) Excluding systems and components from the 
inspection if requested by the client, and so stated 
in the written contract. 

Authority G.S. 143-151 .49(a)(13). 

.1104 GENERAL LIMITATIONS 

(a) Home inspections done in accordance with this Section 
are visual and are not technically exhaustive. 

(b) This Section applies to buildings with four or fewer 
dwelling units, and individually owned residential units 
within multi-family buildings, and their attached garages or 
carports. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

. 1 1 05 GENERAL EXCLUSIONS 

(a) Home inspectors are not required to report on: 

(1) Life expectancy of any component or system: 

(2) The causes of the need for a repair: 

(3) The methods, materials, and costs of corrections: 

(4) The suitability of the property for any specialized 
use: 

(5) Compliance or non-compliance with codes. 
ordinances, statutes, regulatory requirements or 
restrictions: 

(6) The market value of the property or its 
marketability: 

(7) The advisability or inadvisability of purchase of 
the property: 

(8) Any component or system that was not observed: 

(9) The presence or absence of pests such as wood 
damaging organisms, rodents, or insects: or 

(10) Cosmetic items, underground items, or items not 
permanently installed. 

(b) Home inspectors are not required to: 

(1) Offer or perform any act or service contrary to 
law: 

(2) Offer warranties or guarantees of any kind: 

(3) Offer or perform engineering, architectural, 
plumbing, electrical or any other job function 
requiring an occupational license in the Jurisdiction 
where the inspection is taking place, unless the 
home inspector holds a valid occupational license. 
in which case the home inspector may inform the 
client that the home inspector is so licensed, and is 
therefore qualified to go beyond this Section and 
perform additional inspections beyond those within 
the scope of the basic inspection: 

(4) Calculate the strength, adequacy, or efficiency of 
any system or component: 

(5) Enter any area or perform any procedure that may 
damage the property or its components or be 
dangerous to the home inspector or other persons: 

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down or otherwise inoperable: 

(7) Operate any system or component that does not 
respond to normal operating controls: 

(8) Disturb insulation, move personal items, panels, 
furniture, equipment, plant life, soil, snow, ice, or 
debris that obstructs access or visibility: 

(9) Determine the presence or absence of any 
suspected adverse environmental condition or 
hazardous substance, including but not limited to 
toxins, carcinogens, noise, contaminants in the 
building or in soil, water, and air: 

(10) Determine the effectiveness of any system installed 
to control or remove suspected hazardous 
substances: 

(11) Predict fumre condition, including but not limited 
to failure of components: 

(\2) Project operating costs of components: 

(13) Evaluate acoustical characteristics of any system or 
component: or 

(14) Observe special equipment or accessories that are 
not listed as components to be observed in this 
Section. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13}. 

. 1 1 06 STRUCTURAL C OMPONENTS 

(a) The home inspector shall observe structural 
components including: 

(1 ) Foundation: 

(2) Floors: 
£3i Walls: 

(4) Columns or piers: 

(5) Ceilings: and 
£61 Roofs. 

(b) The home inspector shall describe the type of: 

(1) Foundation: 

(2) Floor structure: 

(3) Wall structure: 

(4) Columns or piers: 

(5) Ceiling structure: and 

(6) Roof structure. 

(c) The home inspector shall: 

(1) Probe strucmral components where deterioration is 
suspected, except where probing would damage 
any surface: 

(2) Enter underfloor crawl spaces, basements, and 
attic spaces except when access is obstructed, when 
entry could damage the property, or when 
dangerous or adverse situations are suspected: 

(3) Report the methods used to observe underfloor 
crawl spaces and attics: and 

(4) Report signs of abnormal or harmful water 
penetration into the building or signs of abnormal 
or harmful condensation on building components. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)fl3). 



.1107 EXTERIOR 

(a) The home inspector shall observe: 

(1) Wall cladding, flashings, and trim: 

(2) Entryway doors and a representative number of 
windows: 

(3) Garage door operators: 

(4) Decks, balconies, stoops, steps, areaways. porches 
and a pplicable railings: 

(5) Eaves, soffits, and fascias: and 

(6) Vegetation, grading, drainage, driveways, patios. 
walkways, and retaining walls with respect to their 
effect on the condition of the building . 

(b) The home inspector shall: 

(1) Describe wall cladding materials: 

(2) Operate all entryway doors and a representative 
number of windows: 

(3) Operate garage doors manually or b^; using 
permanently installed controls for any garage door 
operator: and 

(4) Report whether or not ai^; garage door operator 
will automatically reverse or stop when meeting 
reasonable resistance during closing. 

(c) The home inspector is not required to observe: 

(1) Storm windows, storm doors, screening, shutters. 
awnings, and similar seasonal accessories: 
Fences: 



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Presence of safety glazing in doors and windows: 
Garage door operator remote control transmitters: 
Geological conditions: 
Soil conditions: 

Recreational facilities (including spas, saunas. 
steam baths, swimming pools, tennis courts, 
playground equipment, and other exercise- 
entertainment, or athletic facilities): 
Detached buildings or structures: or 
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Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1108 ROOHNG 

(a) The home inspector shall observe: 
(1) Roof coverings: 

Roof drainage systems: 

Flashings: 

Skylights, chimneys, and roof penetrations: and 

Signs of leaks or abnormal condensation on 

building components. 

(b) The home inspector shall: 

(1) Describe the type of roof covering materials: and 

(2) Report the methods used to observe the roofing. 

(c) The home inspector is not required to: 

(1) Walk on the roofing: or 

(2) Observe attached accessories including but not 
limited to solar systems, anteimae. and lightning 
arrestors. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 






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.1109 PLUMBING 

(a) The home inspector shall observe: 

(1) Interior water supply and distribution system, 
including: piping materials, supports, and 
insulation: fixtures and faucets: functional flow: 
leaks: and cross connections: 

(2) Interior drain, waste, and vent system, including: 
traps: drain, waste, and vent piping: piping 
supports and pipe insulation: leaks: and functional 
drainage: 

(3) Hot water systems including: water heating 
equipment: normal operating controls: automatic 
safety controls: and chimneys, flues, and vents: 

(4) Fuel storage and distribution systems including: 
interior fuel storage equipment, supply piping, 
venting, and supports: leaks: and 

(5) Sump pumps. 

(b) The home inspector shall describe: 

(1) Water supply and distribution piping materials: 

(2) Drain, waste, and vent piping materials: 

(3) Water heating equipment: and 

(4) Location of main water supply shutoff device. 

(c) The home inspector shall operate all plumbing fixtures, 
including their faucets and all exterior faucets attached to the 
house, except where the flow end of the faucet is connected 
to an appliance. 

(d) The home inspector is not required to: 

£JQ State the effectiveness of anti-siphon devices: 

Determine whether water supply and waste 



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disposal systems are public or private: 

Operate automatic safety controls: 

Operate any valve except water closet flush valves. 

fixture faucets, and hose faucets: 

Observe: 

(A) Water conditioning systems: 

(B) Fire and lawn sprinkler systems: 

(C) On-site water supply quantity and quality: 

(D) On-site waste disposal systems: 

(E) Foundation irrigation systems: 

(F) Spas, except as to functional flow and 
functional drainage: 

(G) Swimming pools: 

(H) Solar water heating equipment: or 
(6) Observe the system for proper sizing, design, or 
use of proper materials. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a}(13). 

.1110 ELECTRICAL 

(a) The home inspector shall observe: 
(1) Service entrance conductors: 
£2} Service equipment, grounding equipment, main 
overcurrent device, and main and distribution 
panels: 

(3) Amperage and voltage ratings of the service: 

(4) Branch circuit conductors, their overcurrent 
devices, and the compatibility of their ampacities 



and voltages: 
(5") The operation of a representative number of 
installed ceiling fans, lighting fixtures, switches 
and receptacles located inside the house, garage, 
and on the dwelling's exterior walls: 

(6) The polarity and grounding of all receptacles 
within six feet of interior plumbing fixtures, and 
all receptacles in the garage or carport, and on the 
exterior of inspected structures: 

(7) The operation of ground fault circuit interrupters: 
and 

(8) Smoke detectors. 

(b) The home inspector shall describe: 

(1) Service amperage and voltage: 

(2) Service entry conductor materials: 

(3) Service type as being overhead or underground: 
and 

(4) Location of main and distribution panels. 

(c) The home inspector shall report any observed 
aluminum branch circuit wiring. 

(d) The home inspector shall report on presence or 
absence of smoke detectors, and operate their test function. 
if accessible, except when detectors are part of a central 
system. 

(e) The home inspector is not required to: 

(1) Insert any tool, probe, or testing device inside the 
panels: 

(2) Test or operate any overcurrent device except 
ground fault circuit interrupters: 

(3) Dismantle any electrical device or control other 
than to remove the covers of the main and 
auxiliary distribution panels: or 

(4) Observe: 

(A) Low voltage systems: 

(B) Security system devices, heat detectors, or 
carbon monoxide detectors: 

(C) Telephone, security, cable TV. intercoms. 
or other ancillary wiring that is not a part of 
the primary electrical distribution system: or 

(D> Built-in vacuum equipment. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1111 HEATING 

(a) The home inspector shall observe permanently installed 
heating systems including: 

(1) Heating equipment: 

(2) Normal operating controls: 

(3) Automatic safety controls: 

(4) Chimneys, flues, and vents, where readily visible: 

(5) Solid fuel heating devices: 

(6) Heat distribution systems including fans, pumps, 
ducts and piping, with supports, insulation, air 
filters, registers, radiators, fan coil units, 
convectors: and 

(7) The presence of an installed heat source in each 
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(b) The home inspector shall describe: 

(1) Energy source: and 

(2) Heating equipment and distribution type. 

(c) The home inspector shall operate the systems using 
normal operating controls. 

(d) The home mspector shall open readily openable access 
panels provided by the manufacturer or installer for routine 
homeowner maintenance. 

(e) The home inspector is not required to: 

(1) Operate heating systems when weather conditions 
or other circumstances may cause equipment 
damage: 

(2) Operate automatic safety controls: 

(3) Ignite or extinguish solid fuel fires: or 

(4) Observe: 

(A) The interior of flues: 

£BJ Fireplace insert flue connections: 

(C) Humidifiers: 

(D) Electronic air filters: or 

(E) The uniformity or adequacy of heat supply 
to the various rooms. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1112 CENfTRAL AIR CONDITIONEVG 

(a) The home inspector shall observei 

(1) Central air conditioning systems including: 

(A) Cooling and air handling equipment: and 

(B) Normal operating controls. 

(2) Distribution systems including: 

(A) Fans, pumps, ducts and piping, with 
associated supports, dampers, insulation, air 
filters, registers, fan-coil units: and 

(B) The presence of an installed cooling source 
in each room. 

(b) The home inspector shall describe: 

(1) Energy sources: and 

(2) Cooling equipment type. 

(c) The home inspector shall operate the systems using 
normal operating controls. 

(d) The home inspector shall open readily openable access 
panels provided by the manufacturer or installer for routine 
homeowner maintenance 

(e) The home inspector is not required to: 

(1) Operate cooling systems when weather conditions 
or other circumstances may cause equipment 
damage: 

(2) Observe non-central air conditioners: or 

(3) Observe the uniformity or adequacy of cool-air 
supply to the various rooms. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1113 INTERIORS 

(a) The home inspector shall observe: 

(1) Walls, ceiling, and floors: 

(2) Steps, stairways, balconies, and railings: 



(3) Counters and a representative number of cabinets: 
and 

(4) A representative number of doors and windows. 

(b) The home inspector shall: 

(1 ) Operate a representative number of windows and 
interior doors: and 

(2) Report signs of abnormal or harmful water 
penetration into the building or si gns of abnormal 
or harmful condensation on building components. 

(c) The home inspector is not required to observe: 

(1) Paint, wallpaper, and other finish treatments on the 
interior walls, ceilings, and floors: 

(2) Carpeting: or 

(3) Draperies, blinds, or other window treatments. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1114 INSULATION AND VENTILATION 

(a) The home inspector shall observe: 

(1) Insulation and vapor retarders in unfinished 
spaces: 

(2) Ventilation of attics and foundation areas: 

(3) Kitchen, bathroom, and laundry venting systems: 
and 

(4) The operation of anii readily accessible attic 
ventilation fan, and, when temperature permits, the 
operation of any readily accessible thermostatic 
control . 

(b) The home inspector shall describe: 

(1) Insulation in unfinished spaces: and 

(2) Absence of insulation in unfinished space at 
conditioned surfaces. 

(c) The home inspector is not required to report on: 

(1) Concealed insulation and vapor retarders: or 

(2) Venting equipment that is integral with household 
appliances. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1115 BUILT-IN KITCHEN APPLIANCES 

(a) The home ins{)ector shall observe and operate the basic 
functions of the following kitchen appliances: 

(1 ) Permanently installed dishwasher, through its 
normal cycle: 

Range, cook top, and permanently installed oven: 
Trash compactor: 
Garbage disposal: 

Ventilation equipment or range hood: and 
Permanently installed microwave oven. 

(b) The home inspector is not required to observe: 

(1) Clocks, timers, self-cleaning oven function, or 
thermostats for calibration or automatic operation: 
£2] Non built-in appliances: or 

(3) Refrigeration units. 

(c) The home inspector is not required to operate: 
( 1) Appliances in use: or 

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inoperable. 
Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13). 

.1116 CODE OF ETHICS 

(a) Licensees shall discharge their duties with fidelity to 
the public, their clients, and with fairness and impartiality to 

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(h) Opinions expressed by licensees shall only be based on 
their education, experience, and honest convictions. 

(c) A licensee shall not disclose any information about the 
results of an inspection without the approval of the client for 
whom the inspection was performed, or the client's 
designated representative. 

(d) No licensee shall accept compensation or any other 
consideration from more than one interested party for the 
same service without the consent of all interested parties. 

(e) No licensee shall accept or offer commissions or 
allowances, directly or indirectly, from other parties dealing 
with the client in connection with work for which the 
licensee is responsible. 

(f) No licensee shall express, within the context of an 
inspection, an appraisal or opinion of the market value of the 
inspected property. 

(g) Before the execution of a contract to perform a home 
inspection, a licensee shall disclose to the client any interest 
in a business that may affect the client. No licensee shall 
allow his or her interest in any business to affect the qualify 
or results of the inspection work that the licensee may be 
called upon to perform. 

(h) Licensees shall not engage in false or misleading 
advertising or otherwise misrepresent any matters to the 
public. 

Authority G.S. 143-151 .49(a)(13). 

SECTION .1200 - DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS 

.1201 DEFINITIONS 

The following definitions are used in this Section: 
tU Ihe definitions m G^ 143-151.45 are 
incorporated into this Section by reference. 
"Associate home inspector" is included where 
reference is made to "home inspector" or 
"licensee". 

(2) "File or filing" means to place the paper or item to 
be filed into the care and custody of the presiding 
officer, and acceptance thereof by him, except that 
the Board may permit the papers to be filed with 
the Board, in which event the Board shall note 
thereon the filing date. All documents filed with 
the presiding officer or the Board, except exhibits, 
shall be duplicate in letter size 8 1/2" by 11". 

(3) " Partv " means the Board, the licensee, or an 
intervenor who qualifies under G.S. 150B-38(f). 
"Party" does not include a complainant unless the 
complainant is allowed to intervene under G.S. 



150B-38(f). 
(4) "Service or serve" means personal delivery or. 
unless otherwise provided by law or rule, delivery 
by first class United States Postal Service mail or 
a licensed overnight express mail service, 
addressed to the person to be served at Ms or her 
last known address. A Certificate of Service by 
the person making the service shall be appended to 
everv document requiring service under these 
rules. Service by mail or licensed overnight 
express mail is complete upon addressing, 
enveloping, and placing the item to be served, in 
an official depository of tlie United States Postal 
Service or delivering the item to an agent of an 
overnight express mail service. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); 150B-38(h). 

.1202 COMPLAINTS 

(a) Anyone who believes that a licensee is or has been 
engaged in any conduct set out in G.S. 143-15 1.56(a) may 
file a written complaint against that licensee. The Board 
may, upon its own motion, initiate an investigation of a 
licensee. 

(b) An information memo containing instructions for 
filing the complaint shall be mailed to anyone requesting 
complaint information from the Board. 

(c) The complaint shall specifically identify the licensee 
and describe the conduct complained about . 

(d) Supporting information shall be included to justify the 
complaint. Supporting information shall refer to specific 
violations of the Board's rules or of the General Statutes. If 
the complaint involves items included in tlie Standards of 
Practice that the licensee did not observe, a list of those items 
must be submitted with the complaint. This information may 
be provided by tlie complainant, an architect, professional 
engineer, licensed contractor, another licensed home 
inspector, or other person with knowledge of the Standards 
of Practice. A copy of the contract agreement, the inspection 
report, and any reports made by other consultants shall be 
included with the complaint. 

(e) The complaint shall be in writing, signed by the 
complainant, and dated. The complaint shall include the 
complainant's mailing address and a daytime phone number 
at which the complainant may be reached. The street address 
of the structure must be included. 

iD The Board shall not consider services that are under the 
jurisdiction of other regulatory agencies or licensing boards, 
such as. termite insp>ections. appraisals, services rendered by 
licensed architects, engineers, or general contractors, unless 
the persons rendering those services claim to be home 
inspectors. 

(g) The Board has no jurisdiction over persons who make 
specialized inspections as part of their repair or maintenance 
businesses, such as. roofing repair contractors, chimney 
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Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(]3); 150B-38(h). 

.1203 BOARD STAFF 

The Engineering Division shall verify whether the 
allegations listed in complaints are violations of the Standards 
of Practice. Code of Ethics, oi of the General Statutes. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13j; 150B-38(h). 

.1204 INVESTIGATION 

£a] On receipt of a complaint conforming to this Section, 
the Engineering Division shall make an investigation of the 
charges and issue a report. The report shall address each 
item alleged to be a violation of these Rules or of the General 
Statutes. 

(b) A copy of the complaint shall be mailed to the home 
inspector. The inspector shall submit a written response to 
the Engineering Division within two weeks after receipt of 
the copy of the complaint. 

(c) A copv of the report shall be mailed to the complainant 
and to the inspector. 

(d) The report shall state that the complaint either has or 
lacks sufficient evidence to support the allegations in the 
complaint. 

(e) If the report states that the allegations lack sufficient 
evidence, the Engineering Division shall: 

(1) Advise the complainant in writing that the 
evidence was insufficient to support the allegations 
in the complaint. 

(2) Advise the complainant that the complaint may be 
reviewed by a committee of Board members 
appointed by the Chairman to determine whether 
the finding of the Engineering Division is correct. 

(3) Advise the complainant that the complainant must 
make a written request for the review and must 
state in the request the reasons why the 
complainant is of the opinion the Engineering 
Division's determination is incorrect. 

(4) If the complainant makes a written request for 
review by a committee of Board members, the 
chairman shall appoint the committee. The 
committee shall review the report and the 
complainant's documentation. If the committee 
finds that the allegations are unsupported by the 
evidence, the Engineering Division shall advise the 
complainant in writing that the committee has 
concurred with the Engineering Division's 
conclusion that the complaint lacks sufficient 
evidence to support the allegations in the 
complaint. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); 150B-38(h). 

.1205 DISCIPLINARY HEARING 

If there are findings in the report or by the review 
committee that there is sufficient evidence to support the 
allegations in tlie complaint, the Board shall fix a time and 



place for a disciplinary hearing and give notice to the 
licensee. The disciplinary hearing shall be held jn 
accordance with G.S. 150B. Article 3A and this Section. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13): 150B-38(h). 

.1206 PRESIDING OmCER 

in all contested case hearings before the Board, the 
Chairman of the Board shall serve as presiding officer. In 
the absence of the Chairman, the Vice-Chairman shall serve 
as presiding officer, or a presiding officer shall be elected by 
the Board. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); 150B-38(h). 

.1207 PREHEARING CONFERENCE 

Upon the request of any party or upon the presiding 
officer's own motion, the presiding officer may hold a 
prehearing conference before a contested case hearing. A 
prehearing conference on the simplification of issues- 
amendments, stipulations, or other matters may be entered on 
the record or may be made the subject of an order by the 
presiding officer. Venue for purposes of a prehearing 
conference shall be determined in accordance with G.S. 
150B-38(e). 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); 150B-38(h). 

.1208 CONSENT AGREEMENT 

(a) The Board's staff and the home inspector may attempt 
to resolve the complaint by means of a consent agreement. 
Such consent agreement may impose upon the licensee a 
penalty, or penalties, including the following: requiring the 
licensee to take training or educational courses, probation- 
letter of reprimand, suspension of license, or revocation of 
license. 

(b> The proposed consent agreement shall then be 
presented to the Board at the next meeting. The Board may 
either accept the consent agreement as written, modify the 
consent agreement and send it back to the licensee for 
agreement, or reject the consent a greement. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); 150B-38(h). 

. 1 209 FINAL BOARD ORDER 

(a) After the close of a contested case hearing, the Board 
shall meet and determine if tlie licensee engaged in the 
conduct alleged and the appropriate penalty, including 
requiring the licensee to take training or education courses- 
probation, letter of reprimand, or license suspension or 
revocation. 

(b) If a final Board order is to suspend, revoke, place on 
probation, or refuse to issue a license, the order shall set 
forth any conditions that must be met in order to remove the 
suspension or probation, to reissue the license, or to issue the 
license. 

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recording system or a professional court reporter using 
stenomask or stenotype. 

£d} Transcript costs incurred by the Board shall be paid by 
the the party or parties requesting a transcript. Any other 
costs incurred by the Board when using a professional court 
reporter shall be paid by the requesting party or parties. 

(e) A 24-hour cancellation notice shall be required in all 
cases. The party or parties responsible for the cancellation 
shall be responsible for any cancellation fees charged by a 
professional court reporter. 

£1} Transcripts of proceedings during which oral evidence 
is presented shall be made only upon request of a party. 
Transcript costs shall include the cost of an original for the 
Board. An attorney requesting a transcript on behalf of a 
party shall be a guarantor of payment of the cost. Cost shall 
be determined under supervision of the presiding officer 
who, in cases deemed to be appropriate by him, may require 
an advance security deposit to cover the prospective cost. 
The security deposit shall be applied to the actual cost and 
any excess shall be returned to the party that submitted iL 

(g) Copies of tapes shall be available upon written request 
at cost of reproduction and postage. 

(h) Copies of Board hearings tapes or non-Board certified 
transcripts therefrom shall not be part of the official record. 

Authority G.S. 143-151. 49(a)(13); l50B-38(h). 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 
CHAPTER 16 - BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 
1508-21. 2 that the North Carolina State Board of 
Dental Examiners intends to amend rules cited as 21 NCAC 
168 .0303: 161 .0001 - .0003. .0006; 16M .0001: 16R 
.0001, .0004: and adopt rule cited as 21 NCAC 16M .0003. 
Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on January 15, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 3:00 p.m. on April 
18, 1997 at the Office of North Carolina State Board of 
Dental Examiners, Chatham Bldg. of the Koger Executive 
Center, 3716 National Drive, Suite 221, Raleigh, NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: 

21 NCAC 16B .0303 - to change the non-refundable fee for 

examination or re-examination from t^^■o hundred dollars 

($200.00) to five hundred dollars ($500.00). 

21 NCAC 161 .0001 - to require that the application for 

dental hygiene renewal certificate submitted to the Board be 

completed in full. 

21 NCAC 161 .0002 - to change the required hours of 

continuing education for dental hygienists to six hours each 



calendar year, two of which may include home study courses 
and to additionally require each dental hygienist to be 
currently certified in CPR. 

21 NCAC 161 .0003 - to delete former requirement that CPR 
course hours were included as part of clock hours to fulfill 
continuing education requirement. 

21 NCAC 161 .0006 - to change the penalty for a late filed 
renewal certificate application from ten dollars ($10.00) to 
fifty dollars ($50.00) and to charge a twenty-five dollar 
($25.00) fee for each duplicate license or certificate. 
21 NCAC 16M .0001 - to change fees payable to the Board. 
21 NCAC 16M .0003 - to require that all primary source 
verification requests be in writing arul will be provided for a 
fee and not to exceed twenty-five dollars ($25.00). 
21 NCAC 16R .0001 - to change the required hours of 
continuing education for dentists to 15 hours each caleruiar 
year, three of which may include home study courses. 
21 NCAC 16R .0004 - to define a retired dentist and a semi- 
retired dentist. 

Comment Procedures: Any person desiring to present oral 
data, views, or arguments on the proposed rules must, at 
least 10 days prior to the proposed hearing, file a notice with 
the Board. Notice of such request to appear or failure to 
give timely notice may be waived by the Board in its 
discretion. Conunents should be limited to five minutes. Any 
person permitted to make an oral presentation is directed to 
submit a written statement of such presentation to the Board 
prior to or at the time of such hearing. The Board 's address 
is PO Box 32270, Raleigh, NC 27622-2270. Any person may 
file written submission of comments or argument at any time 
up to and including May 1, 1997. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds . These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five 
million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

SUBCHAPTER 16B - LICENSURE EXAMINATION: 
DENTISTS 

SECTION .0300 - APPLICATION 

.0303 EXAMINATION FEE 

A fee of two five hundred dollars ($200.00) ($500.00) for 
each examination or re-examination must accompany the 
application. Such fee is non-refundable. 

Authority G.S. 90-39: 90-48. 

SUBCHAPTER 161 - ANNUAL RENEWAL OF 
DENTAL HYGIENIST LICENSE 

.0001 APPLICATIONS 

An application form for a dental hygiene renewal 
certificate shall be adopted from time to time by the Board 
and shall be designed to obtain information that the Board 



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deems necessary and requisite. A renewal application must 
be submitted to the Board's office on or before January 1 of 
each year. AU applications submitted to the Board must be 
completed in full. 

Authorin- G.S. 90-227. 

.0002 CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIRED 

As a condition of license renewal, each dental hygienist 
must complete a minimum of if six clock hours of 
continuing education over a period of two each calendar 
v e ars. year. Two of the six hours clock hours ma>' be 
acquired through home study courses. In addition, each 
dental hvgienist must be currently certified in CPR. 

Aulhorm- G.S. 90-225.1. 

.0003 APPROVED COURSES AND SPONSORS 

(a) Courses in satisfaction of this requirement must be 
directly related to clinical patient care and shall include a 
course in CPR even - two years, care. Hours spent reviewing 
dental or dental hygiene publications or videos shall not 
count toward fulfilling the continuing education requirement. 

(b) Approved continuing education course sponsors 
include: 

(1) providers recognized by the American Dental 
Association's Continuing Education Recognition 
Program, the Academy of General Dentistry, the 
American Dental Hygienists' Association, or 
components of such organizations; 

(2) North Carolina Area Health Education Centers; 

(3) educational institutions with dental or dental 
hygiene schools or departments; and 

(4) national, state or local societies or associations. 

Authority G.S. 90-225.1. 

.0006 PENALTY EOR LATE HLING 

If the application for a renewal certificate, accompanied by 
the fee required, is not received by the Board before January 
3 1 of each year, an additional fee of ten fifty dollars ($10.00) 
(S50.00) shall be charged for the renewal certificate. A fee 
of twenty-five dollars (S25.QQ) shall be charged for each 
duplicate of any license or certificate issued by the Board. 

Authority' G.S. 90-227; 1508-19(5). 

SUBCHAPTER 16M - FEES PAYABLE 

.0001 DENTISTS 

(a) The following fees shall be payable to the Board: 

(1) Application for general dentistry 
examination S200.0Q $500.00 

(2) Application for renewal of instructor's license and 
examination re n e wal S 75.00 

(.3) Application for provisional 

license S 75.00 5100.00 



(4) Application for intern permit or 

renewal thereof $75.00 $100.00 

(5) Certificate of license to a resident dentist desiring 
to change to another state or territory $ 25.00 

f6j Licens e issued t o a pr ac t i t ioner of anothe r s t a t e or 

territory t o practice in this Stat e $125.00 

(6) Duplicate license $ 25.00 

(7) Reinstatement of license after retirement from 
practice in this State $125.00 $225.00 

(8) Penalty fee for late renewal of any license or 
permit $ 50.00 

(b) Each dentist renewing his license to practice dentistry 
in North Carolina shall be assessed a fee of fifteen dollars 
(S15.00), in addition to the armual renewal fee, to be 
contributed to the operation of the Caring Dentist Program. 

Authority G.S. 90-28; 90-39; 90-48. 

.0003 PRIMARY SOURCE VERIHCATION FEE 

All primary' source verification requests must be in 
writing. Primary source verifications shall be provided in 
writing only for a fee not to exceed twenty five dollars 
(S25.00>. 

Authorit\- G.S. 1508-19(5). 

SUBCHAPTER 16R - CONTINUING EDUCATION 
REQUIREMENTS: DENTISTS 

.0001 CONTEVUING EDUCATION REQUIRED 

As a condition of license renewal, every dentist must 
complete a minimum of 39 15 clock hours of continuing 
education ov er a p e r iod of two each calendar years, year. 
Three of the 15 clock hours may be acquired through home 
study courses. 

Authority G.S. 90-31.1. 

.0004 EXEMPTION FROM AND CREDIT FOR 
CONTEVUING EDUCATION 

(a) Dentists may request exemption from continuing 
education requirements by submitting evidence in writing to 
the Board of retirement or semi-retirement from the practice 
of dentistry. A retired dentist is a dentist who never 
practices dentistry. A semi-retired dentist is a dentist who 
practices on an occasional basis not to exceed 100 clock 
hours in a calendar year. The Board will determine, on a 
case by case basis, whether a dentist may be exempted from 
the requirement of continuing education. 

(b) In those instances where continuing education is 
waived and the exempt individual wishes to resume practice, 
the Board shall require continuing education courses in 
accordance with 21 NCAC 16R .0001 when re-classifying 
the licensee. 

(c) Dentists may receive a maximum of 10 hours credit 
per year for continuing education when engaged in any of the 
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(1) service on a full-time basis on the faculty of an 
educational institution with direct involvement in 
education, training, or research in dental or dental 
auxiliary programs; or 

(2) affiliation with a federal, state or county 
government agency whose operation is directly 
related to dentistry or dental auxiliaries. 

Verification of credit hours shall be maintained in the manner 
specified in 21 NCAC 16R .0003. 

Authority G.S. 90-31.1. 

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CHAPTER 42 - BOARD OF EXAMINERS 
IN OPTOMETRY 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 
150B-2 1.2(c) that the North Carolina Board of 
Examiners in Optometry intends to amend rule cited as 21 
NCAC 428 .0107. Notice of Rule -making Proceedings was 
published in the Register on December 16, 1996. 

Proposed Effective Date: July 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. on April 
23, 1997 at 109 N. Graham Street, Wallace, NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To allow applicants 
graduating from approved schools or colleges of optometry 
to obtain licensure on a timely basis and without delays 
resulting from exam scheduling conflicts. 

Comment Procedures: Persons interested may direct written 
comments to the North Carolina Board of Examiners in 
Optometry, 109 N. Graham Street, Wallace, NC, 28466. 

Fiscal Note: This Rule does not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. This Rule does 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five 
million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

SUBCHAPTER 42B - LICENSE TO 
PRACTICE OPTOMETRY 

SECTION .0100 - LICENSE BY 
EXAMINATION 

.0107 WRITTEN EXAMINATION 

(a) Each applicant must submit evidence of having reached 
the recommended levels of acceptable performance on the 
National Board examinations given by the National Board of 
Examiners in Optometry on or after the April, 1978 
administration in one of the following formats and under the 
following conditions prior to Board approval of his 
application to take the clinical practicum examination 
administered by the Board and shall authorize the release of 



his official score report by the National Board to the Board 
prior to the approval by the Board of his application to take 
the clinical practicum examination. 

(1) April, 1978 through August, 1986 administrations: 
passing scores on Parts I, IIA, and IIB, with scores 
of not less than 75 in Section 7 (Pathology) and 
Section 9 (Pharmacology) on the Part IIB 
examination, and a score of not less than 75 on the 
National Board's Treatment and Management of 
Ocular Disease ("TMOD") examination. 

(2) April, 1987 through August, 1992 administrations: 
passing scores on the Basic Science examination 
and Clinical Science examination of the National 
Board, with scores of not less than 75 on the 
Ocular Disease/Trauma and Clinical Pharmacology 
sections of the Clinical Science examination, and 
a score of not less than 75 on the National Board's 
TMOD examination. 

(3) April, 1993 and thereafter: passing scores on 
Basic Science and Clinical Science Examinations of 
the National Board, with a score of not less than 
75 on the Ocular Disease/Trauma component 
within the Clinical Science examination, and a 
score of not less than 75 on either the TMOD 
component within the Clinical Science 
examination, or on the equivalent stand-alone 
TMOD examination. 

t4) — Janua r y, 1 99 6 and the r eaf ter: — p assing scores o n 
Pa rt III (Pa t ien t Car e ) of th e National Board will 
be re qui re d in addi t ion to those examinations as se t 
foith in Subparagraph (a)(3) of this Rule. Passing 
sco r es of at leas t 75 shall be submitted by o r on 
b e half of each a pp lican t on each of the three 
sections of Pa rt III; to wi t . Pa t ient Managem e n t , 
Visual R e cogni t ion and In t e rp re t a t ion of Clinical 
Signs, and Clinical Skills. Tu r the r . the a pp lican t 
must submit e vidence of having demonst r ated a 
proficiency equal o r equivalen t t o a sco r e of 75 in 
th e following pr ocedu r es wi t hin t he Clinical Skills 
section as desc r ib e d in t h e National Board's 
Candidate Guide fo r t he Clinical Skills section of 

Part — fft: Gene r al — Case — Histo r y/Pa t ien t 

Communication; Biomic r osco p y; Goldman 

Applana t ion — Tonom e t r y; — Gonioscopy; — Pu p il 
Testing; Binocular Indirect O p hthalmosco p y; and 
Fundus Lens Evaluation. 
(b) For candidates with passing scores on at least one 
National Board examination part under different formats and 
time periods described in (a)(1) and (a)(2) of this Rule, the 
following equivalences shall apply: 

(1) Parts I and IIA are the equivalent of Basic Science. 

(2) Part IIB is the equivalent of Clinical Science 
without the inclusion of TMOD. 

Authority G.S. 90-117.5: 90-118. 



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The Codifier of Rules has entered the following temporary rule(s) in the North Carolina Administrative Code. Pursuant 
to G.S. ]50B-21.1(e). publication of a temporary rule in the North Carolina Register serves as a notice of rule-making 
proceedings unless this notice has been previously published by the agency. 



TITLE 13 - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Rule-making Agency: Department of Labor 

Rule Citation: 13 NCAC 13 .0213 

Effective Date: March 11. 1997 

Findings Reviewed and approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 95-69.11(11) 

Reason for Proposed Action: To adjust fees for inspection and issuance of inspection certification for boilers and pressure 
vessels under the Uniform Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act. 

Comment Procedures: Please submit your comments to Mr. John Simmons, NC Department of Labor, 4 W. Edenton St., 
Raleigh, NC 27601, FAX (919) 715-5629; Telephone (919) 733-2358 by June 2, 1997. 

CHAPTER 13 - BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL 

SECTION .0200 - ADMINISTRATION 

.0213 FEES 

(a) A twenty five dollar (S20.Q0) ($25.00) certificate and processing fee for each boiler or pressure vessel inspected by an 
Insurance Inspector and found to be in compliance with the rules in this Chapter shall be paid to the North Carolina Department 
of Labor. 

(b) An inspection and certificate fee shall be paid to the North Carolina Department of Labor for each boiler or pressure 
vessel inspected by a deputy inspector as follows: 

tii External Ins pe ction 

tA) pre ssu r e vess e ls 525.00 ; 



tBi boile r s 

i¥) Inte r nal Ins p ection 

tAl — v e ss e l e nt r y not r e qui re d 



$35.00. 



S50.00, 
$100.00. 



(ff) vessel e nt r y r equi r ed 

tSi Ins p ections pLifuiiiicd uuisidc of normal working hou r s shall be conside r ed s p ecial inspec t ions and t he applicable 

fees shall apply, including the fee fo r wo r king ou t side of noiinal working hou r s. 



Boilers ; An inspection of a boiler where the heating surface is: 

Less than 500 sq. fL 

500 or more sq. fL but less than 5000 sq. fL 

5000 or more sq. ft. 

Pressure Vessels ^ An inspection of a pressure vessel, other 
than a heal exchanger, where the product of measurement in feet 
of the diameter or width, multiplied by its length is: 

Less than 20 

20 or more but less than 50 

50 or more but less than 70 



External Inspection Internal Inspection 

540.00 $70.00 

5100.00 $200.00 

5250.00 5400.00 

External Inspection Internal Inspection 



$30.00 


$35.00 


$40.00 


550.00 


570.00 


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70 or more $100.00 $150.00 

Heat Exchang ers - An inspection of a heat exchanger, where External Inspection 

the heating surface is: 

- Less than 500 sa, fL $40.00 

500 or more sq. ft. but less than 1000 sq. ft. $50.00 

1000 or more sq. ft. but less than 2000 sq. ft. $75.00 

2000 or more sq. ft. but less than 3000 sq. ft. $100.00 

3000 or more sq. ft. $125.00 

Note: Inspections performed outside of normal working hours shall be considered special inspections and the applicable 
fees shall apply, including the fee for working outside of normal working hours. 

(c) A fee of srirty seventy dollars ($60.00) ($70.00) per hour, including travel time, plus expenses including travel, hotel 
and meals shall be paid to the North Carolina Department of Labor for each special inspection [.0101(27)). 

(d) A fee of two hundred forty fifty dollars ($240.00) ($250.00) per one-half day (four hours) or any part of one-half day 
or fou r hund r ed four hundred twenty dollars ($400.00) ($420.00) for one day (four to eight hours) plus, in either case, all 
expenses including travel hotel, and meals shall be paid to the North Carolina Department of Labor for each shop inspection 
[.0101(26)]. 

(e) A fee of two hund re d e ighty three hundred dollars ($280.00) ($300.00) per one-half day (four hours) or any part of 
one-half day or four hundred six t y eighty dollars ($460.00) ($480.00) for one day (four to eight hours), plus, in either case, 
all expenses including travel hotel, and meals shall be paid to the North Carolina Department of Labor for each nuclear 
inspection. 

(f) A fee of three hundred t wenty fifty dollars ($320.00) ($350.00) per one-half day (four hours) or any part of one-half 
day or five hundred thirty fifty dollars ($530.00) ($550.00) for one day (four to eight hours), plus, in either case, all expenses 
including travel hotel, and meals shall be paid to the North Carolina Department of Labor for audits. 

(g) Fees for inspections and audits performed by the Director, his designee, or a deputy inspector outside of normal working 
hours or in excess of eight hours per inspection visit shall include an additional thirty dollar ($30.00) fee per hour in addition 
to the normal inspection or audit fee. 

(h) Printed information derived from the database for boilers and pressure vessels maintained by the Division, is available 
for public scrutiny. Charges for providing this service shall be payable upon receipt of invoice to the North Carolina 
Department of Labor. Charges for this service are as follows: 

(1) Requests for database information for which the Division has created the information selection criteria and printout 
format for its own use, and which can be furnished without the need for special programming will be furnished for 
twenty dollars ($20.00) plus twenty-five cents ($0.25) per page. 

(2) Requests for database information which requires special selection criteria or printout format, and which requires 
the need for special programming services to derive the requested information or format, will be furnished for 
seventy-five dollars ($75.00) plus twenty-five cents ($0.25) per page. 

(i) Copies of inspection reports or other inspection records may be provided upon written request. Copies of these records 
are available for fifteen dollars ($15.00) per request and twenty-five cents ($0.25) per page. 

History Note: Authoritv G.S. 95-69.11 ; 
EJf. May 29, 1981; 

Amended Eff. January 1, 1995; March 2. 1992; September 1, 1986; 
Temporary Amendment Eff. March 11. 1997. 



TITLE 23 - DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY .0327; 2E .0101 - .0102, .0201, .0203 - .0205, .0501, .0604 

COLLEGES 

Effective Date: June 1, 1997 
Rule-maldng Agency: State Board of Community Colleges 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by Julian Mann 
Rule Citation: 23 NCAC lA .0001; 2C .0108, .0305. 
.0604; 2D .0103. .0201 - .0203, .0301, .0323 - .0324, Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 115D-1; 115D-2; 



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USDS: USDS; 115D-20: 1150-31: 115D-39: 115D-54; 
115D-58.5: 116-143.1; PL. 93-508; S.L. 1993. c.321. s. 
109; S.L. 1993. 2nd Session, c. 769. p. 18. s. 18; S.L. 1995. 
c. 625 

Reason for Proposed Action: To transfer the Commumry 
College System's educational calendar from a quarter system 
to a semester system. 

Comment Procedures: All persons interested in these Rules 
nun submit statements in writing from the date of this notice 
until June 2. 1997. delivered or mailed to Dr. Lloyd V. 
Hackley, President. North Carolina Community College 
Sxstem. 200 W. Jones Street. Raleigh. NC 27603-1379. 

CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS 

SUBCHAPTER lA - ORGANIZATION 

.0001 DEFINITIONS 

The following terms shall have the following meanings 
throughout this Title unless the context of a specific njle 
requires a different interpretation: 
(Ij Credit Hours: 

(a) Credit of one quarte r semester hour is 
awarded for each +i 16 hours of "class 
work." Class work is lecture and other 
classroom instruction. Class work is under 
the supervision of an instructor. 

(b) Credit of one quarte r semester hour is 
awarded for each 55 32 or 48 hours of 
"laborator.'" work. Laboraton.- involves 
demonstration b\ instructor, 
experimentation, and pr actic e application by 
students. Laboratorv' is under the 
supervision of an instructor. 

(c) Credit of one qttartCT semester hour is 
awarded for each H 48 hours of 
"mani p ulative — labo r ato r v ' — or — sho p " — or 
"clinical practice." Mani p ulative 
laboratorv ' . sho p o r clinical Clinical pr ac t ice 
involves develo p ment of manual skills and 
practice is a structured. facult\-directed 
learning experience in a health sciences 
program which develops job proficiency. 
Mani p ulative labo r ato r y, sho p o r clinical 
Clinical practice requires significant 
preparation, coordination, and scheduling 
by the faculty and is under the supervision 
of an inst r ucto r , instructor or preceptor who 
is qualified for the particular program. 

(d) Credit of one quarte r semester hour is 
awarded for -HQ 160 hours of "work 
experience" such as cooperative education, 
practicums. and internships. Work 
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employment situation that is directly related 

to. and coordinated with, the educational 

program. Student activity in work 

experience is planned and coordinated by a 

college representative, and the employer is 

responsible for the control and supeirision 

of the student on the job. 

Non-C re dit Hou r s. P r ac t ice hou r s are non-c re di t 

hou r s, involve the student in a pr actice session to 

dev e lo p skills, and are unde r the su p e r vision of an 

inst r ucto r . 

(2) Full-time Student means a student enrolled in 
12 or more credit hours. For the summer session. 
Full-time Smdent means a student enrolled m nine 
or more credit hours. 

(3) Part-time Student means a student enrolled in 
less than 12 credit hours. 

(4) FTE means one full-time equivalent (FTE) 
student and r e pre s e nts on e student en r olled in 16 
student membe r shi p hou r s p e r week fo r 1 1 weeks 
o r 176 student membe r shi p hou r s pe r quarter, or 
256 student membership hours per semester (based 
on a typical semester of 16 weeks x 16 student 
membership hours per week. 

(5) Smdent Membership Hour means one hour of 
scheduled class class, sho p or laboraton.' for which 
the student is enrolled. A college shall provide a 
minimum of 50 minutes of instruction for each 
scheduled class hour. 

(6) Ave r age Annual Curriculum FTE or 
fou r -quart er averag e FTC means the average of the 
sunvner. total of the student hours in membership 
for fall fall, wint e r, and spring qttartCT semesters 
FTE. divided by 512 (256 student hours per 
semester x 2). 

Annual Continuing Education (non-credit) FTE 

means the total of the smdent hours in membership 

for the three reponing periods divided by 688 

(based on two t\pical semesters of 16 weeks and a 

typical summer term of H weeks). The three 

reporting periods are fall semester, spring 

semester, and the summer term. 

Budget Full-time Equivalent (B/FTE). B/FTE 

means the number of FTE which determines a 

college's operating budget. 

Equipment Full-time Equivalent (E/FTE). E/FTE 

means a weighted average of the B/FTE which 

determines the amount of funds allocated to a 

college for equipment. 

Library Full-time Equivalent (L/FTE). L/FTE 

means a weighted average of the B/FTE which 

determines the amount of funds allocated to a 

college for libraiy books and non-equipment 

learning resources. 

College means any institution established pursuant 

to G.S. 115D except for Applied Technology 

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Editor's Note: Substance of 23 NCAC 2D. 031 7 and 2E. 0104 
was incorporated into this Rule. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5; 115D-54; S.L. 

1995, c. 625; 

Eff. September 1. 1993; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

CHAPTER 2 - COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

SLfBCfLVPTER 2C - COLLEGES: ORGANIZATION 
AND OPERATIONS 

SECTION .0100 - TRUSTEES AND COLLEGES 

.0108 EDUCATIONAL GUARANTEE 

Local boards of trustees may adopt educational guarantee 
policies for their colleges. Any educational guarantee policy 
adopted by a board of trustees shall: 

(1) Be developed in an atmosphere that provides 
maximum input from faculty, staff, students, 
employers, university representatives, and 
community leaders. 

(2) Identify the programs or activities to be 
guaranteed. This may include the entire program 
or specific courses. The goal of the system is to 
include all programs at all community colleges. 

(3) Define the skills, knowledge, or credits to be 
guaranteed. This may include the guarantee to 
transfer earned credits taken in transfer programs 
and the guarantee of technical knowledge and skills 
needed for successful employment in occupations 
for graduates, gradua t es of voca t i o nal and technical 
p r o g r ams. 

(4) Defme the population of students who will receive 
guarantees. This shall include the identification of 
students, both full-time and part-time, for which 
whom the guarantee applies. 

(5) Defme any special conditions of the guarantee. 
This shall include a time limit and grade 
achievement. 

(6) Describe how the guarantee may be invoked and 
how it will be honored. 

(7) Defme the educational services or other benefits a 
student who seeks the guarantee will receive. This 
may include reimbursement from non-state funds, 
re-enrollment, tutoring, or counseling. 

(8) State that re-enrolled students shall not pay tuition 
or fees associated with re-enrollment or other 
related services. Budget FTE shall not be earned 
for re -enrolled students. 

(9) Set forth the process to be used by students to 
invoke the guarantee and the steps to be used by 
the college to improve the programs in question. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5; S.L. 1995, c. 625; 
Eff. December 1, 1995; 



Temporary Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

SECTION .0300 - STUDENTS 

.0305 EDUCATION SERVICES FOR MINORS 

(a) The State Board shall encourage individuals to 
complete high school before seeking admission to a college. 

(b) A minor, 16 years old or older, may be considered a 
student with special needs and may be admitted to an 
appropriate program at a college if the local public or private 
educational agency determines that admission to the program 
is the best educational option for the student and the 
admission of such student to the program is approved by the 
college. This requirement may be waived if the student has 
been out of school at least six months and the application is 
supported by a notarized petition of the student's parent, 
legal guardian, or other person or agency having legal 
custody and control. The petition shall certify the student's 
residence, date of birth, date of leaving school, and the 
petitioner's legal relationship to the student. 

(c) A high school student, 16 years old or older, based 
upon policies approved by the local public or private board 
of education and board of trustees, may be admitted to 
appropriate courses, except adult high school, concurrently 
under the following conditions: 

( 1 ) Upon recommendation of the chief administrative 
school officer and approval of the president of the 
college; 

(2) Upon approval of the student's program by the 
principal of the school and the president of the 
college; and 

(3) Upon certification by the principal that the student 
is taking at least three high school courses and is 
making appropriate progress toward graduation. 

(d) High school students, taking courses pursuant to 
Paragraphs (b) and (c) of this Rule, shall not displace adults 
but may be admitted any quart er semester on a 
space-available basis to any curriculum or continuing 
education course. Once admitted, they shall be treated the 
same as all other students. 

(e) Local boards of trustees and local school boards may 
establish cooperative programs in areas they serve in order to 
provide college courses to qualified high school students with 
college credits to be awarded to those high school students on 
successful completion of the courses, subject to approval by 
the State Board. 

(f) Except as authorized by G.S. 115D-20(4), colleges 
shall not start classes, offer summer school courses, or offer 
regular high school courses for high school students. 

(g) A college may make available to persons of any age 
non-credit, non-remedial, enrichment courses during the 
summer period, qua r te r . These courses shall be 
self-supporting and shall not earn credit toward a diploma, 
certificate, or degree at the college or high school. 

(h) At the request of the director of a training school 
having custody of juveniles committed to the Division of 
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may make available to such juveniles any course offered by 
that college if they meet the course admission requirements. 
The director's request shall include the director's approval 
for each juvenile to enroll in the course. Courses made 
available to such juveniles shall follow the approval process 
for immured groups as set forth in 23 NCAC 2E .0403. 

Histon.- Note: Authority G.S. 115D-1: 115D-5: 115D-20: 

S.L. 1995, c. 625; 

Eff. January 1. 1987: 

Amended Eff. September 1. 1993: 

Temporary' Amendment Eff. June 1. 1997. 

SECTION .0600 - COLLEGE EVALUATION 



im pr ovement s o tha t t he pr og r am meets the standards, th e 
pr og r am shall be t erminated. 

Editor's Note: Substance of this Rule is contained in 23 
NCAC 2E. 0205. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5:1 993 S.L. c. 321, s. 

109; 

Eff. February 1, 1990; 

Amended Eff. August 1. 1995: September 1. 1993; 

Temporary Repeal Eff. June 1. 1997. 

SUBCHAPTER 2D - COMMUNITY COLLEGES: 
nSCAL AFFAIRS 



.0604 PROGRAM REVIEW 

(a) Each college shall monitor the quality and viability of 
all i t s pr og r ams and s er vices. Each cu rr iculum pr og r am and 
th e occupational extension p r og r am shall be r eviewed 

annually. Colleges — shaH — pr ovide — iiifoimation t o the 

De p artment of Community Colleges on pr og r am e nrollm e nt 



artd- 



ss. achiev e m e nt and outcomes; and 



cos t ; student pr og r c 
employer sa t isfaction. 

ttr) — Technical and voca t ional cur r iculum p rog r ams shall 
meet t he following standards fo r p e r formance: 

<+) th e s t anda r d r equi re d by an outside licensu r e o r 

acc re diting agency fo r p assing r ales on licensu r e o r 
ce r tification e .xaminations. wh er e a pp licable; and 

t^ a satisfac t o p , ' level on at least five of the following 

e ight re quir e d e l e m e nts : 

tM a th r ee year annual ave r age en r ollmen t of at 

l e ast 10 students, undu p licat e d h e adcoun t ; 

tfr) student goal accom p lishment fo r pr og r am 

com p l e tion; 

t€l s t ud e nt — goal — accom p lishment — for — oth e r 

student goals; 

tf» pr ogram — completer — satisfaction — with 

pr og r am; 

t&) early l e av er satisfaction with program; 

(F^ pr og r am com p l e t e r e m p loymen t rate; 

t&* ea r ly leave r em p loym e n t rat e ; 

tttt — em p loyer satisfaction. 
The pe rfo r mance level on Parts (b)(2)(D) th r ough (b)(2)(II) 
of this Rule shall be no mo r e than 15 p e r c e nt below th e 
syst e m ave r age and shall b e dctci mined by an annual su r v e y 
conducted by e ach colleg e bas e d on a standard se t of 
questions develo p ed by the D ep artm e nt. 

(c) The college tr ansfer pr og r am p e rformatice level shall 
b e no mo r e than 15 pe rc e nt below the system ave r age g r ade 
p oin t average earned afte r two semeste r s in a fou r -y e a r 
ins t itution fo r students who completed 9 o r mor e quart er 
credi t hou r s at th e community college. 

(d) P r ograms which do not me e t these standa r ds will be 
subject — tt) — ftmhcr — r eview — tts — docum e nt — t e m p o r ary — or 
perman e n t conditions which shall be taken into accoun t to 
justify' offe r ing the pr ogram. — If fu r th e r r eview fails t o 
pr ovid e a justification fo r the p rog r am o r to l e ad to 



SECTION .0100 - SALARIES 

.0103 EDUCATIONAL LEAVE WITH PAY 

(a) The term "educational leave" refers to the release from 
duties or time normally required of a full-time employee in 
carrying out the full load of responsibilities assigned to 
further his education. 

(b) Each local board of trustees shall adopt an educational 
lea\e policy for employees. State funds may be used to pay 
employee salaries while they are on educational leave if the 
following criteria are incorporated in the local board of 
trustees' policy: 

( 1 ) The employee is employed full-time on a 9-, 10-, 
11-, or 12-month basis. 

(2) The employee must be under contract to the 
college for the next academic year. 

(3) Educational leave will not exceed one univ er sity 
semester per calendar year. 

(4) An employee who fails to honor the contract 
stipulated in Subparagraph (b)(2) of this Rule shall 
be required to repay the amount expended for the 
educational leave. If the employee fulfills a 
portion of the contract before failing to honor the 
contract, repayment shall be based on a pro-rata 
portion (e.g. , if an employee works 4 months of a 
12-month contract, a repayment of 66.7 percent of 
the educational leave would be required). 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5; 115D-20; 1150-31; 

S.L. 1995. c. 625; 

Eff. February 1, 1976; 

Amended Eff. September 1, 1993; August 17, 1981: Januar\' 

6, 1978: 

Tempo rant' Amendment Eff. June J_^ 1997. 

SECTION .0200 - STANDARD STUDENT FEES 

. 020 1 AUTHORFTY TO ESTABLISH TUITION AND 
FEES 

(a) Authority to Charge. All tuition and registration fees 
charged to students for applying to or attending any college 
of the system must be approved by the State Board. No 



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tuition rate or fee schedule shall be charged without 
appropriate resolution of the State Board specifying the 
purpose for which the fee is charged. 

(b) Time Due and Deferred Payment. Tuition, 
registration fees and required academic fees are due and 
payable at the time of the student's registration. The college 
shall, with the approval of the local governing board, 
prescribe written procedures to permit short-term deferred 
payment or payment in installments; provided, however, that 
no student shall be permitted to graduate or to register for a 
new quar t e r semester unless payment of such outstanding 
balance has been guaranteed in writing by a financially 
responsible person or organization. Colleges are authorized 
to withhold transcripts of grades pending resolution of the 
outstanding obligations. This statement shall not be 
construed to prohibit a college's local governing board from 
adding more stringent provisions. 

(c) Establishing Additional Fees: 

(1) Generic Fees. Generic fees are fees charged to a 
group of students, such as students in a specific 
program or to all students, e.g., lab fees, computer 
usage fees, publications fees, equipment use fees, 
etc. Activity and parking fees are discussed in 
Rule .0202(d) of this Section. 

(A) In the event that the president and the 
governing board of a college determine that 
the college needs to charge a generic student 
fee other than the fees already authorized by 
state statute or State Board regulation, the 
president of the college shall file with the 
State Board through the System President, a 
request for authorization which shall include 
the following documentation: 

(i) a resolution of the local governing 
board requesting authorization of the 
fee, stating the exact rate of payment 
proposed; and 

(ii) a brief explanation and justification 
stating the purpose of the fee. 

(B) A generic fee requires both local and State 
Board approval. 

(C) Any additional fee established by a college 
which is approved by the State Board is 
considered a separate charge to curriculum 
students and shall not be credited as part 
payment of tuition. 

(D) Receipts collected from any special student 
fee shall be deposited as State Board 
regulation shall direct, consistent with state 
law. 

(E) Nothing in any rule shall be construed to 
condone or to authorize any practice of 
depositing receipts from any student tuition 
and/or smdent fees in a special fund account 
at a college, except the student activity fee 
receipt. 

(F) Generic fees may not be used for any 



purpose other than that for which the fee 
was approved, e.g., computer equipment 
could not be purchased for staff members 
using generic fee receipts. 
(G) Students shall be informed of all 
approximate fees for a course at the time 
they enroll. 

(2) Specific Fees. Specific fees are those fees charged 
to students for items required for specific courses 
which are considered to be in addition to the 
normal supplies and materials the college would 
provide. Examples of supplies and materials 
required which the college would not normally be 
expected to provide would include tools, uniforms, 
insurance, and certification fees. 

(A) Specific fees must be approved by the 
college Board of Trustees. Such fees shall 
reflect the actual cost of items received by 
the student. 

(B) All fees must be deposited into a proper 
college account and all disbursements must 
be made by the college business office. 

(C) In the event that there is any question as to 
whether a fee is generic or specific, the 
guidelines for generic fees, which require 
both local and state board approval, are 
applicable. 

(3) Students shall be informed of all approximate fees 
for a course at the time they enroll. Such fees 
shall be kept to a minimum consistent with the 
State Board philosophy to keep student costs as 
low as possible. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5; 115D-39; 

116-143.1: S.L. 1995. c. 625: 

Eff. February 1, 1976: 

Amended Eff. September 1, 1993: September 1, 1982: August 

17, 1981: January 14, 1980. 

Temporary Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

.0202 CURRICULUM 

(a) Tuition: 

(1) Student Residence Classification. The 
classification of students for tuition purposes shall 
be made pursuant to G.S. 116-143.1. 

(2) Tuition Rates In-State: 

(A) A general and uniform tuition rate is 
established by the State Board as set by the 
Legislature for full-time curriculum students 
per quar t er semester for North Carolina 
residents. 

(B) A North Carolina resident who is a 
part-time smdent shall pay a per credit hour 
rate for curriculum instruction, as 
established by the State Board, for such 
tuition in any qoartcr semester as set by the 
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(3) Learning Laboratory. No tuition fees charged. 

(4) Tuition Creditable Upon Transfer of Student. 
When a student has paid the required tuition at a 
college and is given permission to transfer to 
another college within the system during the 
academic quarte r semester for which the tuition 
was paid, the college from which the student 
transfers shall issue to him a statement certifying 
the amounts of tuition that have been paid, and the 
college to which he is transferring shall accept 
such certificate in lieu of requiring payment again. 
[Also, see 23 NCAC 2D. 0323(b)(2) which 
provides information regarding reporting student 
hours in membership.] 

(5) Tuition Student Enrolled in More Than One 
College. Where a student desires to enroll for the 
same quarter semester at two or more colleges of 
the system, the total amount of tuition and fees 
may be paid to the student's "home" college. 
"Home" college is defmed as the college which the 
student initially registers for classes. The home 
college shall, in that case, assume responsibility 
for arranging with the other college or colleges for 
enrolling the student in appropriate classes without 
further charge. Such arrangement shall be made 
by exchange of letters between the colleges 
involved. Student membership hours for 
instruction received shall, in any event, be 
reported by the college in which the respective 
instruction occurred. 

(6) Tuition Rates Out-of-Staie: 

(A) Any full-time curriculum student who is an 
out-of-state resident shall pay tuition fees as 
established by the State Board for each 
quarter semester as set by the Legislature. 

(B) An out-of-state resident who is a part-time 
student shall pay a per credit hour rate for 
curriculum instruction as established by the 
State Board as set by the Legislature. 

(7) Tuition Exemptions: 

(A) Individuals taking courses in the categories 
set forth in G.S. 1 15D-5(b) shall be exempt 
from tuition. 

(B) College Staff Members. Full-time college 
staff members may enroll in one curriculum 
or extension course per qua r te r semester, as 
well as the summer academic period, in the 
system without payment of tuition or 
registration fee. 

(C) Basic Law Enforcement Training Program 
(BLET) for law enforcement officers. All 
law enforcement officers employed by a 
municipal, county, state, or federal law 
enforcement agency when taking courses in 
a state-mandated BLET training program, 
are exempt from tuition payment. Also, 
trainees may be exempt from BLET class 



tuition if a letter of sponsorship from an 

appropriate law enforcement agency is on 

file at the college. 

Cb) Pre-Enrollment Deposit. When a prospective student 

has made application for admission and has been accepted, 

the smdent may be required to pay an advance deposit up to 

a maximum of fifteen dollars ($15.00). This advance 

payment is not refundable unless the class(es) fails to 

materialize. This advance payment shall be deposited to the 

State Treasurer and credited against the full tuition due from 

the student during the regular registration period. 

(c) Late Enrollment Fee. A late enrollment fee up to five 
dollars ($5.00) may be charged curriculum students 
registering after the specific closing date of registration, with 
such fees becoming state funds. 

(d) Student Activity Fee. Colleges may establish a student 
activity fee which may include a parking fee or a scheduled 
vehicle registration fee. Students shall not be assessed a 
parking fee, a vehicle registration fee, or a similar fee in 
addition to the established student activity fee. The 
maximum amount that may be charged for the student 
activity fee shall not exceed twenty-eight dollars ($28.00) per 
student per fiscal year. Funds derived from collection of a 
student activity fee shall be accounted for and expended 
under standing procedures and regulations adopted by the 
local governing board of the college. Any expenditure from 
the fund must directly benefit students. 

(e) Tuition Refunds. 

(1) A refund shall not be made except under the 
following circumstances: 

(A) A 100 percent refund shall be made if the 
student officially withdraws prior to the 
first day of class(es) of the academic quarter 
semester as noted in the college calendar. 
Also, a student is eligible for a 100 percent 
refund if the class in which the student is 
officially registered fails to "make" due to 
insufficient enrollment. 

(B) A 75 percent refund shall be made if the 
student officially withdraws from the 
class(es) prior to or on the official 20 
percent point of the qua r te r , semester. 

(C) For classes beginning at times other than the 
first week (seven calendar days) of the 
quarte r semester a 100 percent refund shall 
be made if the student officially withdraws 
from the class prior to the first class 
meeting. A 75 percent refund shall be made 
if the student officially withdraws from the 
class prior to or on the 20 percent point of 
the class. 

(D) For contact hour classes, apply as Part 
(e)(1)(C) (e)(1) of this Rule except use 10 
calendar days from the first day of the 
class(es) as the determination date. 

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supersede the state refund regulations stated in this Rule. 

(3) Where a student, having paid the required tuition 
for a quar t er, semester, dies during that quarter 
semester (prior to or on the last day of 
examinations of the college the student was 
attending), all tuition and fees for that quarter 
semester may be refunded to the estate of the 
deceased. 

(4) For a class(es) which the college collects receipts 
which are not required to be deposited into the 
State Treasury account, the college shall adopt 
appropriate local refund policies. 

History Note: Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. 

November 1, 1993 for a period of 180 day or until the 

permanent rule becomes effective, whichever is sooner; 

Authority G.S. 115D-5: 115D-39; 116-143.1; P.L. 93-508; 

S.L. 1995, c. 625; 

Eff. February 1, 1976; 

Amended Eff. June 1, 1994; September 1. 1993; August I, 

1988; December 1, 1984; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. June 1. 1997. 

.0203 EXTENSION PROGRAMS 

(a) Registration fees for Non-Curriculum Extension 
Instruction. For purposes of administration of this Rule, 
non-curriculum extension instruction means all instruction 
organized, supervised, or delivered outside the regular 
curriculum programs offered by the college. 

(1) A registration fee, as established by the State 
Board, as set by the Legislature shall be charged 
for each occupational extension class. 

(2) Each local board is delegated the responsibility to 
establish registration fees for Community Service 
Programs (academic, practical skills, avocational, 
and cultural/civic activities). 

(3) All recreational courses must be self-supporting. 
Colleges are required to collect and deposit to a 
local account fees and other contributions to 
support entirely the costs of all recreational 
extension courses taught. Also note Paragraph (b) 
of Rule .0325 of this Subchapter regarding the 
reporting of student membership hours for this 
area. 

(4) A registration fee shall be charged for each 
extension class of 17 weeks or less. A registration 
fee shall be charged each 13 weeks for extension 
classes lasting longer than 17 weeks. 

(5) Registration Fee Exemptions: 

(A) Special Extension Training Programs. No 
registration fees shall be charged students 
enrolling for special extension training 
programs that directly relate to job 
performance set fonh in G.S. 1 15D-5(b). 

(B) College Staff Members. Full-time college 
staff members may enroll in one extension 
or curriculum course per quarter semester in 



the system without registration fee or tuition 
charges. 

(b) Self-Supported Courses. A college shall have the 
authority to sponsor self-supporting courses, [see 23 NCAC 
2E .0101], deposit income (if any) to a local account, and 
pay all expenses from such local account. Each student is 
required to pay a pro-rata share of the cost of a 
self-supporting class. Since the pro-rata share assumed is not 
considered a registration fee, no individual or group is 
exempt under G.S. I15D-5(b) from paying a proportional 
share of the identified cost of the class. 

(c) Driver Education. Colleges are required to collect a 
student fee as established by the local board of trustees for 
the adult driver education training course offered through the 
community service program. 

(d) Registration Fee Refunds. A refund shall not be made 
except under the following circumstances: 

(1) A student who officially withdraws from an 
extension class(es) prior to the first class meeting 
shall be eligible for a 100 percent refund. Also. 
ahrr; a student is eligible for a 100 percent refund 
if an applicable class fails to "make" due to 
insufficient enrollment. 

(2) After the respective class begins, a 75 percent 
refund shall be made upon the request of the 
student if the student officially withdraws from the 
class prior to or on the 20 percent point of the 
scheduled hours of the class. 

Note: This Rule is applicable regardless of the 
number of times the class meets or the number of 
hours the class is scheduled to meet. 

(3) For contact hour classes, apply Subparagraphs 
(d)(1) and (d)(2) of this Rule except use 10 
calendar days from the first day of the class(es) as 
the determination date. 

(4) For a class(es) which the college collects receipts 
which are not required to be deposited into the 
State Treasury account, the college shall adopt 
appropriate local refund policies. 

(5) Where a student, having paid the required 
registration fee for a quarte r , semester, dies during 
that quart er semester (prior to or on the last day of 
examinations of the college the student was 
attending), all registration fees for that quart er 
semester may be refunded to the estate of the 
deceased. 

History Note: Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. 

November 1, 1993 for a period of 180 days or until the 

permanent rule becomes effective, whichever is sooner; 

Authority G.S. 115D-5; 115D-39; S.L. 1995, c. 625; 

Eff. February 1, 1976; 

Amended Eff. June 1, 1994; September 1. 1993; August 1, 

1983; August 17 1981; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

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nSCAL MANAGEMENTT 

.0301 OPERATING BUDGET REQUESTS: 
DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS 

(a) Projections of full-time equivalent (FTE) students will 
be based on the following: 

(1) Curriculum FTE projections will be based on the 
three-quarte r academic year (faHr fali and wirrterr 
spring semesters ). 

(2) Continuing education FTE projections will be 
based on the latest spring, summer, and fall fe^r 
and win t e r fou r -quaner ave r age. FTE figures. 
Annual continuing education FTE is determined by 
totaling the student hours in membership for the 
three repwrting p>eriods and dividing by 688. Note 
definition of annual continuing education FTE in 
23 NCAC lA .0001(8). 

(3) Projections will be made, program by program, as 
stated in Subparagraphs (a)( 1 ) and (2) of this Rule. 
If the actual FTE for the qua r te r s semesters needed 
are not available, the latest actual qua r te r semester 
will be multiplied by the latest five-year retention 
ratio to determine the appropriate estimates. 
Retention ratios are FTE compansons between Fall 
Quarte r Semester and the Winte r and Spring 
Quarte r s Semester which are used to predict FTE 
totals when actual figures are not available. 

(4) The State Board may adjust the projections based 
on additional factors brought to its attention. 

(5) The State Board will adopt an official projection of 
FTE. 

(b) Appropriation Requests: 

(1) Continuation Budget Requests. The continuation 
budget request will be based on the number of FTE 
and amount per FTE currently appropriated and 
increases in the continuation budget as directed by 
the Office of State Budget and Management. Also 
included in the continuation budget requests will 
be continuing categorical programs. Categorical 
programs are educational programs funded for 
specific purposes such as new and expanding 
industry as opposed to general formula programs 
such as occupational extension. 

(2) Expansion Budget Requests. The expansion 
budget request may consist of, but is not limited 
to, the following items: 

(A) an adjustment in the number of FTEs in 
existing programs based on the difference 
between the official FTE projections of the 
State Board and the existing level of FTEs 
requested in the continuation budget; 

(B) an adjustment in expenditure per FTE; 

(C) additional funding for new and special 
programs of instruction. 

(c) State Board Reserve. A reserve will be requested from 
the General Assembly and shall be retained by the State 
Board for the purpose of making later allocations for 



enrollment growth, innovative programs, new concepts, etc. 

(d) Formula distribution of funds for the current operation 
budget. Funds appropriated to the State Board for current 
operation shall be allocated to the system colleges in 
accordance with formulas and procedures established by the 
State Board, or as directed by the General Assembly. 
Formulas and procedures to allocate funds shall be published 
in the d ep ar t m e nt's Department's Accounting Procedures 
Manual. 

(e) JTPA Administrative Allotment. Student class hours 
for class size projects funded by the Job Training Partnership 
Act (JTPA) may not be included in the full-time equivalent 
(FTE) formula for earning budget/FTE. Administrative 
funds for operating these class size projects shall be allocated 
on the same basis as all other administrative formula funds. 

History Note: Filed as a Temporary Amendment Ejf. 

August 25, 1988 for a period of 180 days to expire on 

February 20. 1989; 

Filed as an Emergency Amendment Eff. July 1. 1978 for a 

period of 120 days to expire on October 29, 1978; 

Authority G.S. 115D-3; 115D-5; 115D-54; S.L. 1995. c. 

625; 

Eff. February 1. 1976; 

Amended Eff. September 30. 1977; 

Emergency Amendment Made Permanent Eff. July 24, 1978; 

Amended Eff. September 1. 1993; April 1, 1989; June 1, 

1987; July 1, 1983; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

.0323 REPORTING OF STUDENT HOURS IN 
MEMBERSHIP FOR CURRICULUM 
CLASSES 

(a) Academic Qua rt e r . Semester. The academic quarte r 
semester for all credit courses shall noiirially be not less than 
1 1 school weeks o r 55 class days, whichever is g r eate r . The 
acad e mic quarter shall be designed so that all classes may be 
scheduled to include the number of instructional hours shown 
in the college catalog and the approved curriculum program 
of study compliance document and reported for FTE 
purposes. Instructional hours include scheduled class and 
laboratory sessions as well as examination sessions. 
Alte r nate L e ngths fo r quart er s Length of semesters or courses 
may be us e d vary as long as credit hours are assigned 
consistent with 23 NCAC 2C .0104 iA .0001 and as long as 
membership hours are reported consistent with the other 
provisions of this Rule. Also, note 23 NCAC 2D .0327 
which identifies the reporting periods for submission of 
Institution Class Reports. 

(b) Regularly-Scheduled Classes. 

(1) A class is regularly scheduled if it meets all of the 
following criteria: 

(A) assigned definite beginning and ending 
time; 

(B) specific days the class meets is 
predetermined; 

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Master Schedule or other official college documents; 

(D) class hours assigned consistent with college 
catalog and curriculum standard 
requirements; 

(E) identified class time and dates the same for 
all students registered for the class 
excluding clinical or cooperative; 

(i) Classes which have a regularly 
scheduled lecture section and a 
non-regularly scheduled laboratory 
section will satisfy this criteria. The 
census date (30% point) must be 
determined from the regularly 
scheduled portion of the class. 
Verification of student participation 
in the laboratory section of the class 
must be available for review, 
(ii) A smdent is considered absent if that 
student did not attend during the 
specified times or days the class was 
scheduled to meet. 

(2) A smdent is considered to be in class membership 
when the student meets all the following criteria: 

(A) enrolled as evidenced by payment of the 
applicable tuition and fees, or obtained a 
waiver as defined in G.S. 1 15D-5(b); 

(B) attended one or more classes prior to or on 
the 30 percent point in the class; 

(C) has not withdrawn or dropped the class 
prior to or on the 30 percent point. 

(3) Smdent Membership Hour. A student membership 
hour is one hour of scheduled class class, sho p or 
laboratory for which the student is enrolled. A 
college shall provide a minimum of 50 minutes of 
instruction for each scheduled class hour. A 
college must provide sufficient time between 
classes to accommodate students changing classes. 
A college may not report more hours per student 
than the number of class hours scheduled in the 
college catalog approved curriculum program of 
study compliance document, o r othe r official 
colleg e docum e nts. 

(4) Calculation of Student Membership Hours for 
Regularly Scheduled Classes. Student membership 
hours are obtained by multiplying the number of 
students in membership at the 30 percent point in 
the class by the total number of hours the class is 
scheduled to meet for the quart er semester as stated 
in the college catalog o r oth er official college 
documents, and the approved curriculum program 
of study compliance document. 

(5) Maintenance of Records of Student Membership 
Hours. Accurate attendance records must be 
maintained for each class through the 30 percent 
point of the class. Colleges are encouraged to 
maintain attendance records for the duration of all 
classes. Attendance records are to be signed by the 



instructor or lead instructor, verifying their 
accuracy, and are to be maintained by the college 
until released from all audits (see the Public 
Records Retention & Disposition Schedule for 
Institutions in the Community College System). 
Student membership hours shall be summarized in 
the Institution's Class Repon and certified by the 
president or designee. For classes identified as 
non-traditional delivery (see Subparagraph (e)(1) 
of this Rule for additional information), 
documentation of student contact prior to the 30 
percent point must be maintained in the same 
manner as the attendance records mentioned in this 
Rule. 
(c) Non-Regularly Scheduled Classes. 

(1) A non-regularly scheduled class may include any 
or all of the following: 

(A) a class where a definitive beginning and 
ending time is not determined; 

(B) a class offered in a learning laboratory type 
setting (see Subparagraph (b)(6) of Rule 
.0324 of this Subchapter for definition of 
learning laboratory); 

(C) a class self-paced in that the student 
progresses through the instructional 
materials at his/her own pace, and can 
complete the courses as soon as he/she has 
successfully met the educational objectives. 
Classes offered as independent study are 
generally offered in this maimer; 

(D) a class in which a student may enroll during 
the initial college registration period or in 
which the student may be permitted to 
enroll at any time during the quarte r ; 
semester: 

(E) any class not meeting all criteria for a 
regularly scheduled class, as shown in 
Subparagraph (b)(1) of this Rule, is 
considered to be a non-regularly scheduled 
class for reporting purposes. Note classes 
defmed as non-traditional (see Paragraph (e) 
of this Rule) which are identified as a 
separate student hour reporting category and 
are not subject to the above provisions in 
Paragraph (c). 

(2) Definition of Student Membership. A student is 
considered to be in class membership when the 
student meets the following criteria: 

(A) enrolled as evidenced by payment of the 
applicable tuition and fees, or obtained a 
waiver as defined in Paragraph (a) of Rule 
.0202 of this Subchapter; and 

(B) attended one or more classes. 

(3) Definition of a Student Contact Hour. For 
non-regularly scheduled classes, student contact 
hours, acmal hours of student attendance in a class 
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student determined to be in membership. Sixty minutes shall 
constitute an hour. 

(4) Calculation of Student Contact Hours for 
Non-Regularly Scheduled Classes. For these 
classes, actual time of class attendance is to be 
reported; 60 minutes shall constitute an hour. 
Student contact hours for these classes are the sum 
of all the hours of actual student attendance in a 
class in a given quar t e r , semester. 

(5) Maintenance of Records of Student Contact Hours. 
Accurate attendance records must be maintained 
for each class of the nature described in this Rule 
through the entire quart e r, semester. Attendance 
records are to be signed by the instructor or lead 
instructor, verifying their accuracy, and are to be 
maintained by the college until released from all 
audits (see the Public Records Retention & 
Disposition Schedule for Institutions in the 
Community College System). Student contact 
hours shall be summarized in the Institution's 
Class Report and certified by the president or 
designee. 

(d) Skills Laborator>' or Computer Tutorial Laboratory. 
Individualized instructional laboratories are similar to 
learning laboratories (see Subparagraph (b)(6) of Rule .0324 
of this Subchapter) except the participants are curriculum 
students. Skills labs or computer tutorial labs are 
remedial /developmental in nature and intended for students 
who are experiencing academic difficulty in a particular 
curriculum course. A skills laboratory instructor must be 
qualified in the single-subject area of the skills laboratory. 
A computer tutorial laboratory coordinator need not be 
qualified in any of the subject area(s) provided in a computer 
tutorial laboratory. Student contact hours may be reported 
for budget/FTE when smdents are required by their instructor 
to attend either of the laboratories for 
remedial/developmental work and when the skills laboratory 
instructors or computer tutorial coordinators are paid with 
curriculum instructional funds. 

(1) Documentation of instructor referral must be 
maintained for auditing purposes. Maintain 
documentation until released by audit. 

(2) Homework assignments are not permitted to be 
reported for budget/FTE. Note 23 NCAC 2D 
.0325(a), 

(3) Calculation of Student Contact Hours for Skills 
Laboratory or Computer Tutorial Laboratory. For 
these classes, actual time of class attendance is to 
be reported; 60 minutes shall constitute an hour. 
Student hours generated for these types of classes 
are the sum of all the hours of actual student 
attendance in a class in a given quarte r , semester. 

(e) Classes Identified as Curriculum Non-Traditional 
Delivery. 

(1) Definition. Due to the methodology by which 
instruction is delivered, non-traditional delivery 
classes are not consistent with the definitions of 



regularly scheduled or non-regularly scheduled 

classes described in this Rule. Non-traditional 

delivery classes must be offered through media 

such as radio, television, and other media as well 

as through correspondence or newspapers. The 

instruction delivered is prestructured into 

identifiable imits. Non-traditional delivery classes 

do not include classes identified as independent 

study which are not media based or are not 

correspondence or newspaper based. 

(2) For those classes identified as non-traditional 

delivery, student attendance in class or in an 

orientation session, submission of a written 

assignment or submission of an examination, is the 

basis for the determination of class membership at 

the 30 percent point of the class. Student 

membership hours earned in non-traditional 

delivery classes shall be calculated by multiplying 

the number of students in membership, as 

determined in the prior sentence, times the number 

of hours assigned to the class in official college 

documents. For these classes, the number of hours 

assigned must be consistent with the credit hours 

assigned according to 23 NCAC 2E .0104, as well 

as the appropriate curriculum standard. 

(0 Curriculum Student Work Experience and Clinical 

Practice. The following criteria apply to the reporting 

guidelines for students enrolled in curriculum work 

experience and clinical practice courses, exclusive of in-plant 

training as specified in 23 NCAC 2E .0402. Examples of 

student work experience include cooperative education, 

practicums, and internships. Clinical practice refers to work 

experience in health occupation programs. 

(1) Student membership hours for student work 
experience and clinical practice shall not generate 
budget/FTE without prior approval by the 
d ep ar t men t Department of such activities through 
the appropriate curriculum standard. 

(2) Work Experience. Work experience for 
curriculum courses shall earn budget/FTE at the 
100 jjercent rate of assigned work experience hours 
and shall not exceed a maximum of HQ 320 
membership hours per student per quan er . 
semester. 

(A) These classes must be coordinated by 
college persormel paid with college 
instructional funds and may be located in 
one or more sites. 

(B) These classes must be specified in the 
approved curriculum of the college 
consistent with the applicable curriculum 
standard. 

(C) Formal or informal apprenticeship 
on-the-job training activities of a 
cooperative skill training program funded 
under a special project allocation shall not 
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funded with college regular budget 

instructional dollars for related or 

supplemental instruction as required by 

formal or informal apprenticeship programs 

shall earn budget/FTE. 

(3> Clinical Practice. Curriculum clinical practice, as 

defined in 23 NCAC 2E .0104, refers to clinical 

experience in health occupation programs which 

shall earn budget/FTE at the 100 percent rate for 

student membership hours. The applicable classes 

must be consistent with the curriculum standards 

policy as noted in Paragraph (a) of 23 NCAC 2E 

.0203. The maximum membership hours in a 

clinical experience which can be reported per 

student in a given quarte r semester is 440? 640. 

These classes must be supervised by college 

instructors qualified to teach in the particular 

program and who are paid with college 

iiistructional funds. These classes may be located 

in one or more sites. 

History Noie: Filed as an Emergency Amendment Eff. 

August 10, 1978 for a period of 120 days to expire on 

Decembers, 1978; 

Authority G.S. 115D-5; P.L. 1995. c. 625; 

Eff. September 30, 1977; 

Amended Eff. July 24, 1978; 

Emergency Amerulment Made Permanent With Change Eff. 

December 8. 1978; 

Amended Eff. September 1, 1993; September 1, 1988; 

September 1, 1985; November 1. 1983; 

Temporary Amendment Eff June L. 1997. 

.0324 REPORTING OF STUDENT HOURS CM 
MEMBERSfflP FOR EXTENSION 
(NON-CREDIT) CLASSES 

(a) Regularly Scheduled Classes. 
(1) Definition of Regularly Scheduled Class. A class 
is considered to be regularly scheduled if it meets 
all of the following criteria: 

(A) assigned definite begirming and ending 
time; 

(B) specific predetermined days and time the 
class meets; 

(C) specific schedule included on the Institution 
Master Schedule or other official college 
documents; 

(D) class hours assigned consistent with official 
college documents; 

(E) identified class time and dates the same for 
all students registered for the class 
( e xcluding clinical o r wo r k e x p e r ience): 
excluding clinical or work experience: 

(i) Classes which have a regularly 
scheduled lecture section and a 
non-regularly scheduled laboratory 
section will satisfy the criteria. The 



census date (30% point) must be 
determined from the regularly 
scheduled portion of the class. 
Verification of student participation 
in the laboratory section of the class 
must be available for review, 
(ii) A smdent is considered absent if that 
student did not attend during the 
specified times or days the class was 
scheduled to meet. 

(2) Definition of Student Membership. A student is 
considered to be in class membership when the 
student meets all the following criteria: 

(A) enrolled as evidenced by payment of the 
applicable registration fees, or obtained a 
waiver as defined in Paragraph (a) of Rule 
.0203 of this Subchapter; 

(B) attended one or more classes held prior to 
or on the 30 percent point in the class; and 

(C) has not withdrawn or dropped the class 
prior to or on the 30 percent point of the 
class. 

(3) Smdent Membership Hour. A student membership 
hour is one hour of scheduled class class, shop or 
laboratory for which the student is enrolled. A 
college shall provide a minimum of 50 minutes of 
instruction for each scheduled class hour. A 
college may not report more hours per student than 
the number of class hours scheduled in official 
college documents. Colleges may not report more 
hours per student, excluding non-traditional 
classes, than the number of hours specified in the 
instructor's contract. 

(4) Calculation of Student Membership Hours for 
Regularly Scheduled Classes. Student membership 
hours are obtained by multiplying the number of 
students in membership at the 30 percent point in 
the class by the total number of hours the class is 
scheduled to meet for the quarte r semester as stated 
in official college documents. Due to the unique 
funding formula for Human Resource 
Development (HRD) classes, all HRD classes must 
be regularly scheduled and reported consistent with 
the calculation method noted in Subparagraph 
(a)(4) of this Rule. 

(5) Maintenance of Records of Student Membership 
Hours. Accurate attendance records must be 
maintained for each class throughout the entire 
class or quarte r , semester. Attendance records are 
to be signed by the instructor or lead instructor, 
verifying their accuracy, and are to be maintained 
by the college until released from all audits as 
provided in the Public Records Retention & 
Disposition Schedule for Institutions in the 
Commimity College System. Student membership 
hours shall be summarized in the Institution's 
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designee. For classes identified as non-traditional delivery, 
(see Paragraph (c) of this Rule) documentation of student 
contact prior to the 30 percent point must be maintained in 
the same manner as the attendance records mentioned in this 
Rule, 
(b) Non-Regularly Scheduled Classes. 

(1) Definition of Non-Regularly Scheduled Class. A 
non-regularly scheduled class may include any or 
all of the following: 

(A) a class where a definitive begiiming and 
ending time is not determined; 

(B) a class offered in a learning laboratory type 
setting (see Subparagraph (b)(6) of this Rule 
for definition of learning laboratory); 

(C) a class self-paced in that the student 
progresses through the instructional 
materials at his/her own pace, and can 
complete the courses as soon as he/she has 
successfully met the educational objectives. 
Classes offered as independent study are 
generally offered in this manner; 

(D) a class in which a student may enroll during 
the initial college registration period or in 
which a student may be permitted to enroll 
at any time during the qua r te r ; semester; or 

(E) any class not meeting all criteria for a 
regularly scheduled class as shown in 
Subparagraph (a)(1) of Rule .0324 of this 
Subchapter, is considered to be a 
non-regularly scheduled class for reporting 
purposes; 

(F) note classes defined as non-traditional (see 
Paragraph (c) of this Rule) which are 
identified as a separate student hour 
reporting category' and are not subject to the 
provisions in Paragraph (b). 

(2) Definition of Student Membership. A student is 
considered to be in class membership when the 
student meets the following criteria: 

(A) enrolled as evidenced by payment of the 
applicable registration fees, or obtained a 
waiver as defined in Paragraph (a) of Rule 
.0203 of this Subchapter; and 

(B) attended one or more classes. 

(3) Definition of Student Contact Hour. A student 
contact hour is one hour of student attendance in a 
class for which the student is in membership as 
defined in Subparagraph (b)(2) of this Rule. Sixty 
minutes shall constitute an hour. 

(4) Calculation of Student Contact Hours for 
Non-Regularly Scheduled Classes. For these 
classes, actual time of class attendance is to be 
reported; 60 minutes shall constitute an hour. 
Smdent contact hours for these classes are the sum 
of all the hours of actual student attendance in a 
class in a given qua n e r . semester. 

(5) Maintenance of Records of Student Contact Hours. 



Accurate attendance records must be maintained 
for each class throughout the entire class or 
quane r . semester. Attendance records shall be 
signed by the instructor or lead instructor, 
verifying their accuracy, and are to be maintained 
by the college until released from all audits as 
provided in the Public Records Retention and 
Disposition Schedule for Institutions in the 
Community College System. Student membership 
hours shall be summarized in the Institution's 
Class Report and certified by the president or 
designee. For classes identified as non-traditional 
delivery, (see Paragraph (c) of this Rule), 
documentation of student contact prior to the 30 
percent point must be maintained in the same 
manner as the attendance records mentioned in this 
Rule. 
(6) Learning Laboratory. Learning laboratory 
programs consist of self-instruction using 
programmed text, audio-visual equipment, and 
other self-instructional materials. A learning 
laboratory coordinator has the function of bringing 
the instructional media and the student together on 
the basis of objective and subjective evaluation and 
of counseling, supervising, and encouraging 
persons working in the laboratory. Contact hours 
are to be calculated as noted in Subparagraph 
(b)(4) of this Rule, 
(c) Classes Identified as Extension Non-Traditional 
Delivery. 

(1) Definition. Due to the methodology by which 
instruction is delivered, non-traditional delivery 
classes are not consistent with the definitions of 
regularly scheduled or non-regularly scheduled 
classes described in this Rule. Non-traditional 
delivery classes may be offered through media 
such as radio, television and other media as well as 
through correspondence or newspapers. The 
instruction delivered is pre-structured into 
identifiable units. Non-traditional delivery classes 
do not include classes identified as independent 
study which are not media based or are not 
correspondence or newspaper based. 

(2) For those classes identified as non-traditional 
delivery, student attendance in class or in an 
orientation session, submission of a written 
assignment or a submission of examination is the 
basis for the determination of class membership at 
the 30 percent point of the class. Student 
membership hours in such classes shall be 
calculated by multiplying the number of students 
enrolled in the class times the number of 
instructional hours delivered which is determined 
as follows: 

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(B) add the number of hours of class meetings, 
review sessions, etc.; 

(C) For those non-traditional continuing 
education classes which are approved by a 
local college staff review committee and the 
Director of Continuing Education Services 
for the d ep ar t ment, Department, additional 
hours above the level noted in 
Subparagraphs (c)(2)(A) and (B) in this Rule 
may be approved commensurate with course 
content. 

(d) Extension Student Work Experience and Clinical 
Practice. The following criteria apply to the reporting 
guidelines for students enrolled in extension work experience 
and clinical practice courses, exclusive of in-plant training as 
specified in 23 NCAC 2E .0402. To be eligible for 
approval, these work experience or clinical practice courses 
must be required by an external agency or accrediting body. 
Examples of student work experience include cooperative 
education, practicums, and internships. 

(1) Student membership hours for student work 
experience and clinical practice shall not generate 
budget FTE without prior approval of such 
activities by the depar t ment Department on forms 
provided for this purpose. Approval of student 
work experience and clinical practice approved 
prior to November 1, 1983 by the d e partm e n t 
Department must be resubmitted for reapproval on 
the forms provided for this purpose. When the 
number of approved student work experience 
membership hours increases by more than 30 
percent per course, a new approval form must be 
submitted. 

(2) Work Experience. Work experience for extension 
courses shall earn budget/FTE at the 100 percent 
rate for student membership hours, as required by 
an external agency or accrediting body . as 
determin e d in Sub p aragra p h (a)(3) of this Rul e , 
and shall not exceed a maximum of HQ 320 
membership hours per student per quarte r . 
semester. 

(A) These classes must be coordinated by 
college personnel paid with college 
instructional funds and may be located in 
one or more sites. 

(B) Formal or informal apprenticeship 
on-the-job training activities of a 
cooperative skill training program funded 
under a special project allocation shall not 
earn budget/FTE. Classroom instruction 
funded with regular budget instructional 
dollars for related or supplemental 
instruction as required by formal or 
informal apprenticeship programs shall earn 
budget/FTE. 

(3) Clinical Practice. Clinical practice refers to 
clinical experience in health occupation courses 



which shall earn budget/FTE at the 100 percent 
rate for student membership hours, as determined 
in Subparagraph (a)(3) of this Rule, and shall not 
exceed a maximum of 220 320 membership hours 
per student per quart er semester unless North 
Carolina licensure or program accreditation 
standards require additional hours. In such cases, 
work activity hours shall earn budget/FTE at the 
100 percent rate in accordance with licensure or 
program accreditation standards up to a maximum 
of 446 640 membership hours per student per 
qua r te r , semester. These classes must be 
supervised by college instructors qualified to teach 
in the particular program and who are paid with 
college instructional funds. These classes may be 
located in one or more sites. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5; S.L. 1995, c. 625; 
EJf. September 1. 1988; 
Amended EJf. September 1, 1993; 
Temporary Amendment Eff. June 1. 1997. 

.0327 REPORTING STUDENT MEMBERSfflP 
HOURS TO THE DEPARTMENT 

(a) Curriculum and extension college class reports 
summarizing student membership hours shall be submitted to 
the d ep artmen t Department during each student membership 
hour reporting period defined in this Paragraph. 

( 1 ) The four three student membership hour reporting 
periods are as follows; 

(A) Period 1 - June 1 t h r ough August 31 ; 
(Spring Period); January 1 ; May 15; 

(B) Period 2 - Se p t e mb er 1 t h r ough November 
30: (Summer Period); May J6 ^ August 14; 

(C) Period 3 - Decembe r 1 th r ough February 28 
ii:^ (Fall Period); August 15 - December 

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t&) P er iod 4 - March 1 th r ough May 31. 

(2) College class reports for all regular budget 
curriculum and extension classes shall be 
submitted 21 calendar days after the conclusion of 
each student reporting period defined in 
Subparagraph (a)( 1 ) of this Rule. Any exceptions 
to this reporting period sequence for a given 
college must be approved by the Finance Division 
and Managem e n t Information Services Section 
Divisions of the de p artm e n t . System Office. Note 
the following schedule concerning application of 
the designated periods; 

(A) all reports received by Se p tembe r 2 1 June 5 
shall be designated Period 1 ; 

(B) all reports received by Decembe r — 2f 
September 4 shall be designated Period 2; 
and 

(C) all reports received by Ma r ch 21 January 21 
shall be designated Pe r iod 3; and Period 3^ 

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designat e d P er iod 4. 

(b) For learning laboratories, skills laboratories, 
multi-entry, multi-exit and other non-regularly scheduled 
classes where actual student time in class is determined, 
student contact hours shall be calculated on the last day of 
each respective student membership hour reporting period for 
a given class and submitted to the departmen t Department 
according to Subparagraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) of this Rule. 
Also, note Paragraphs (b) and (c) of Rule .0323 and 
Paragraphs (a) and (b) of Rule .0324 regarding calculation of 
student membership hours. 

(c) College class reports for non-regular budget extension 
classes such as new and expanding industry, HRD, JTPA, 
self-supporting, and recreational shall also be submitted to 
the depar t ment Department in accordance with Subparagraphs 
(a)(1) and (a)(2) of this Rule. 



History Note: Authority G.S. 
115D-58.5: S.L. 1995, c. 625; 
Eff. September 1, 1988; 
Temporary- Amendment Eff. June L^ 



115D-5; 115D-31; 



1997. 



SUBCHAPTER 2E - EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS 

SECTION .0100 - PROGRAM CLASSinCATION: 
DEGREES: DIPLOMAS AND CERTIHCATES 

.0101 PROGRAM CLASSinCATION 

The following criteria and basis are used for classifying the 
programs offered in the coll e g e s ar e set out in this Rul e : 
North Carolina Community College System. 
(1) Curriculum Programs; 

(a) Coll e g e T r ansf er — Educatio n — pr og r ams 

consist of p lann e d academic cu rr iculum 

pr og r ams leading to an Associate in A r ts 

(A. A.). Associate in fine A r ts (A.F.A.), o r 

Associate in Scienc e (A.S.) d e gr ee and ar e 

designed to allow fo r t r ansfe r to college at 

the junio r level. A curriculum program is 

an organized sequence of courses leading to 

an associate degree, a diploma, or a 

certificate. All curriculum programs are 

designed to provide education, training, and 

retraining for the work force. 

(i) Associate degree programs are 

defined as planned programs of study 

culminating in an associate in applied 

science, associate in arts, associate in 

fine arts, associate m science, or 

associate m general education degree. 

(A) The associate in applied 

science degree program is 

designed primarily to prepare 

individuals for employment. 

These programs involve the 

application of scientific 

principles in research, design. 



development, production, 
distribution, or service. 

(B) The associate in arts, associate 
in science, and associate in 
fine arts degree programs are 
designed primarily to prepare 
students for transfer at the 
junior level to institutions 
offering baccalaureate 
degrees. 

(C) The associate in general 
education degree program is 
designed primarily for 
students who desire a general 
liberal arts education. 

(ii) The diploma program is designed 
primarily to provide entry-level 
employment training. A diploma 
program may be a stand-alone 
curriculum program title, or a college 
may award a diploma under an 
approved associate in applied science 
degree curriculum program for a 
series of courses taken from the 
approved program of study and 
structured so that a student may 
complete additional non-duplicative 
coursework to receive an associate in 
applied science degree, 
(iii) The certificate program is designed 
primanly to lead to employment or to 
provide skills upgrading or retraining 
for individuals already in the 
workforce. A certificate program 
may be a stand-alone curriculum 
program title, or a college may award 
a certificate under an approved 
degree or diploma curriculum 
program for a series of courses taken 
from the approved program of study. 

tbl The- — G e n er al Education — Cu rr iculum 

p rograms consist of basic cou r se wo r k in 
English, lite r atu r e, fine arts, p hiloso p hy, 
social science, science and mathematics 
leading — to — an — Associate — in — G e n e ral 
Education Deg r ee (A.G.E.) o r Ce r tificate in 

G e n er al — Education. h — i? — designed 

p rinci p ally fo r students who desi r e two 
y e ars of gene r al e duca t ion beyond th e high 
school level and is not princi p ally designed 
fo r college t r ansfe r . 

(ti Technical Education Cu rr iculum p r ograms 

a re d e signed to pre par e individuals fo r 
em p loymen t , — and — com p letion — erf — the 
cu rr iculum l e ads to an Associat e in A pp lied 
Science (A. A.S.) deg r ee. — These pr og r ams 
involv e — the — a pp lication — of — scientific 



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priiicipl&s in r e s e airh. design, develo p ment, 
produc t ion, dis t ribu t ion, o r se r vice. 

fti) Voca t i o nal Education Cu rr iculum pr ograms 

-are 
-for 



consist o f a 
designed — to- 



se r ies of cou r ses which 
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e mployment in a specific occu p a t ion. Th e s e 
pr og r ams consis t of a sequence of cou r s e s 
which generally can be com p leted in one 
year — oi — less — by — a — full-time — student. 
Suc c essful — completion — of — a — vocational 
cu rr iculum pr ogram leads t o a di p loma or 
cer t ificate. 

Developmental Education programs consist 
of courses and support services which 
include, but are not limited to. diagnostic 
assessment and placement, tutoring, 
advising, and writing assistance. These 
programs are designed to address academic 
preparedness. workforce retraining, 
development of general and discipline- 
specific learning strategies, and affective 
barriers to learning. Developmental courses 
do not earn credit toward a degree, diploma. 
or certificate. 
(2) Continuing Education Programs: 

(a) Occupational Extension courses consist of 
single courses, each complete in itself, 
designed for the specific purposes of 
training an individual for employment, 
upgrading the skills of persons presently 
employed, and retraining others for new 
employment in occupational fields. 
Community Service/Visiting Artist 
Program: 

(i) The Community Service/Visiting 
Artist Program includes academic, 
practical skills, avocational courses, 
and cultural and civic activities, 
(ii) The instructional component of this 
program may be comprised of 
courses in the fields of academic, 
practical skills, and avocational 
education. Instruction offered in this 
program shall consist of single 
courses, each complete in itself, 
designed to serve the specific 
academic, practical skills, or 
avocational needs of adult citizens. 
Academic courses are designed to 
serve the academic educational needs 
of adult citizens; practical skills 
courses are designed to provide 
training for persons pursuing 
additional skills which are not 
considered their major or primary 
vocation but may reasonably lead to 
employment; and avocational courses 



(b) 



focus on an individual's personal or 
leisure needs rather than occupational 
or professional employment, 
(iii) The cultural and civic, and visiting 
artist component of this program 
meets community needs through 
lecture and concert series, art shows, 
the use of college facilities by 
community groups, providing 
speakers to community organizations, 
and providing visiting artist activities 
for college communities. Visiting 
artists are provided an opportunity to 
work as artists in residence to 
enhance local arts resources and 
promote the various visual, 
performing and literary arts in 
communities throughout North 
Carolina. 

(c) Self-Supporting Programs: 

(i) A self-supporting course is not 
reported to the state for budget FTE 
since the cost of conducting the 
course is paid by students enrolled. 

(ii) Recreational programs are 

self-supporting courses which the 
college may provide at the request of 
the community but for which the 
college receives no budgetary credit. 
Funds appropriated as operating 
expenses for allocation to the 
colleges shall not be used to support 
recreation courses. The financing of 
these courses by a college shall be on 
a self-supporting basis, and 
membership hours produced from 
these activities shall not be counted 
when computing full-time equivalent 
students for use in budget-funding 
formulas at the state level. 

(d) Basic Skills Programs. The State Board and 
the community college system shall 
encourage persons to complete high school 
rather than seek testing for the High School 
Diploma Equivalency. 

(i) High School Equivalency programs 
consist of classroom instruction, or 
learning laboratory courses, or a 
combination of both designed to 
qualify a student for an adult high 
school diploma under an Agreement 
of Affiliation with a local public 
school system. Approval is given to 
trustees of community colleges to 
enter into an agreement of affiliation 
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equivalency program. 

(li) 



(lii) 



(iv) 



Genera] Educational Development 
(GED) programs consist of classroom 
instruction, or learning laboratory 
courses, or a combination of both 
designed to qualify a student to 
demonstrate competency on the 
General Educational Development 
(GED) tests and to receive a High 
School Diploma equivalency from the 
State Board. The State board is 
responsible for the administration of 
the General Educational Development 
testing program in cooperation with 
the Office on Educational Credit of 
the American Council on Education. 
The procedures regulating the GED 
Testing Program set forth in the GED 
Examiner's Manual published by the 
General Educational Development 
Testing Service of the American 
Council on Education Education, are 
hereby incorporated by reference. A 
copy of this manual is available for 
inspection in the Office of the System 
President, Department of Community 
Colleges, 200 W. Jones Street, 
Raleigh NC 27603-»3^ 1379. A 
copy of this manual may be obtained 
at a cost of ten dollars (SlO.OO) from 
the GED Testing Service of the 
American Council on Education, One 
Dupont Circle NW, Washington, DC 
20036-1163. 

The Adult Basic Education (ABE) 
program is designed for adults who 
are functioning at or below the eighth 
grade educational level. The major 
objectives of the program are to 
enable adults to acquire the basic 
educational skills necessary to be 
fully com.petent in our society, to 
improve their ability to benefit from 
occupational training and to have 
greater opportunities for more 
productive and profitable 

employment, and to meet their own 
objectives for enrolling in the 
program. Classes are offered and 
focus on fundamental skills such as 
reading, writing, speaking, 
computing, critical thinking, and 
problem solving. 

The English as a Second Language 
(ESL) program offers classes which 
accommodate the varied needs of the 
immigrant and refugee populations. 



Attention is given to both the cultural 
and linguistic needs as instruction is 
focused upon the formation of 
accurate, appropriate communication 
skills and upon the student's ability 
to function in the adult American 
community. Classes are offered at 
the begiiming through the advanced 
levels of ESL. The curriculum is 
designed to develop the basic 
language skills of reading, writing, 
speaking, and listening. Instruction 
integrates the English language with 
topics that prepare students for 
everyday life, employment, and 
citizenship. 
(v) The Compensatory Education (CED) 
program is designed for adults with 
mental retardation. The program is 
highly individualized and fosters a 
maximum level of independent living 
commensurate with personal ability. 
Instruction is offered in math, 
language, social science, health, 
community living, consumer 
education and vocational education. 

(e) Business and Industrial Training. 

(i) The Focused Industrial Training 
program addresses critical skills in 
existing industries. Based on 
assessments of need, these 
customized classes typically combine 
on-the-job training with classroom 
instruction to up-grade or train 
incumbent employees of 

manufacturing industries, 
(ii) The New and Expanding Industry 
Training program offers customized, 
job-specific training to new or 
expanding companies creating new 
jobs in the state, 
(iii) The Small Business Center program 
provides training, counseling and 
referral services especially designed 
in content and delivery modes for 
small businesses, both existing and 
prospective. 

(0 Special Instructional Programs: 

(i) The Human Resources Development 
(HRD) program is an intensive 
program to recruit, train, and either 
place in employment or vocationally 
train chronically unemployed or 
underemployed adults. The primary 
objective of the training component 
is to help the jobless trainee orient 
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work, appreciate the effects of his or 

her behavior on others, and develop 

the basic academic and 

communication skills prerequisite to 

obtaining and maintaining 

employment. 

(ii) The Job Training Partnership Act 

(JTPA) programs consist of 

occupational training and basic 

education for disadvantaged persons. 

(g) The Learning Laboratory programs consist 

of self-instruction using programmed texts, 

audio visual equipment, and other 

self-instructional materials. A learning 

laboratory coordinator has the function of 

bringing the instructional media and the 

student together on the basis of objective 

and subjective evaluation and of counseling, 

supervising, and encouraging persons 

working in the lab. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-1: 115D-2; 115D-5; 

S.L. 1995, c. 625: 

Eff. February 1. 1976: 

Readopted Ejf. January 24, 1978; 

Amended Eff. September 1. 1993; September 1, 1982; August 

17, 1981; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

.0102 CURRICULUM PROGRAMS: DEGREES, 
DIPLOMAS, CERTIFICATES 

The State Boa r d r egulat e s th e awa r ding of deg r ees, 
diplomas, and ce rt ificates as follows : 

t+^ — Th e a ppr oval of a college to awa r d the associate 
deg r e e , — di p loma, — o r c e r t ificat e shall — be — by 
individual pr og r am. A ppr oval by the State Boa r d 
will be granted when the coll e g e has d e monst r at e d 
an established need and can pr ovide evidence of 
sufficien t — inst r uctional, — faculty, — and — facility 
r esou r ces. 

(2^ The System P r esiden t will r ecommend action on 

the college's curriculum application to the State 
Board. 

t3^ License to g r ant deg r ees, di p lomas, and ce r tificates 

may b e withd r awn if th e S t at e Board d e termines 
that — a — college — is — not — maintaining — a ppr oved 
pr og r ams o r g r aduation re qui reme nts. 

iAi The State Boa r d shall assign a cu rr iculum code, 

official — title-; — c r edential, — and — minimum — and 
maximum c r edi t hou r length fo r e ach cu rr iculum. 

(a^ The college may awa r d the Associate of 

A r ts, — t h e associate of Science, — o r the 
Associate of Fine A r ts d e gre e to g r aduat e s 
of coll e g e t r ansfer cui r iculums. The college 
t r ansfe r cuiTiculum shall be 90 qua r te r hou r 
c r edits in leng t h. 
fb) The college may award the Associate in 



G e n er al Education deg r ee t o g r aduates of 

Gen er al — Educatio n — cu rr iculums. The 

G e ne r al Education cu rr iculum shall be 9 6 
qua rt e r hou r c r edits in leng t h. 

ic) The Associate in Applied Science Deg ree 

may be awa r ded to g r aduates of technical 
curriculums. — The minimum length fo r a 
technical pr og r am shall be 9 6 quart e r hour 
c r edi t s and the maximum length shall be 
128 quar t e r hou r c r edi t s but, on special 
app r oval by the State Boa r d, may exceed 
128 quarte r hou r c r edits in length. 

td) — Th e di p loma may b e awa r ded to g r aduates 
of vocational cu rr iculums. — A vocational 
curriculum length will be a minimum of 64 
quarte r hou r c re dits and a maximum of 128 
quarte r hou r c r edits. 

(e^ The ce r tificate o r di p loma may b e awa r d e d 

und er an existing a ppr oved di p loma o r 
deg r ee pr og r am for a cou r s e or s er i e s of 
cou r ses taken f r om the cu rr iculum when the 
t o t al quarte r -hou r c r edi t s m e et the State 
Board cri t e r ia for the c r edential as set fo r th 
in Rule .0203 of this Subcha p te r . 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-2; 115D-5; 

Eff. February 1, 1976; 

Amended Eff. September 1, 1993; December 1. 1984; July 1, 

1979: September 30. 1977; 

Temporary Repeal Eff. June 1. 1997. 

SECTION .0200 - CURRICULUM PROGRAMS 

.0201 CURRICULUM PROGRAM APPROVALS 
AND TERMINATIONS 

(a) All vocational and technical cu rr iculum pr og r ams mus t 
be approved by th e Stat e Board pr io r to being off e red by any 
college. Curriculum Program Approvals. Community 
colleges shall issue degrees, diplomas, and certificates to 
individuals who satisfactorily complete course and program 
requirements. 

(1) Stat e Boa r d ap p roval of a vocational or technical 
cu rr iculum with th e autho r ity to g r ant a The 
approval of a college or of a group of colleges in 
a collaborative arrangement to award the associate 
degree, diploma, or a certificate wtH shall be by 
individual cu rr iculum, curriculum program title. 
Approval by the State Board witt shall be granted 
when the college has demonstrated an established 
need and has provided evidence to the State Board 
of sufficient instructional faculty, factfity facilities, 
and othe r r esou r ces, equipment, and materials 
necessary to meet the needs of the communities 
served without supplanting or duplicating existing 
programs. Th e Syst e m P re sid e nt shall recommend 
action — to — the — State — Boa r d — on — a — college's 
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fui a new curriculum. 

(2) The application mttst shall be signed by the college 
president and the chairman of the college's board 
of trustees. 

(3) The System President shall recommend action on 
the college's cumculum program application to the 
State Board. 

(4) Approval to grant degrees, diplomas, and 
certificates shall be withdrawn if the State Board 
determines that a college is not maintaining 
approved programs or graduation requirements. 

tti {b} Cumculum Program Terminations. The college is 
required — tt> shall terminate a vocational — or — technical 
curriculum program when there has been no enrollment for 
two years; a college may request a one-year extension of a 
curriculum program upon justification of the potential for 
employment opportunities and student enrollment. A 
vocational o r technical curriculum shall be l e iininai e d 
Curriculum programs shall be terminated by action of the 
State Board. Each college planning to terminate a curriculum 
program shall inform the System President by submitting a 
termination notice on the appropriate de p anmental form. 

tbi (cj The State Board autho r izes the System President to 
shall approve Associate m General Education and Associate 
in Applied Science General Occupational Technology gene r al 
educa t ion cumculum programs for colleges in the system. 

(d) On special approval by the State Board, a degree 
program title or a stand-alone diploma or certificate program 
title may e.xceed the maximum length of programs as set by 
the curriculum standards. Such an exception shall apply to 
all colleges approved to offer the curriculum program title. 
A two-thirds maioritv of colleges approsed to offer the 
program must agree with the conditions of the request for the 
exception. A request for an exception shall be justified based 
on one or more of the following criteria: 

(1) Additional time in the program is required by law. 

(2) Additional time in the program is required by an 
external regulatory, accrediting, or professional 
agency recognized by the State Board. 

(3) Additional time in the program is justified by 
documented extenuating circumstances such as the 
following: 

(A) Documentation that equivalent programs in 
other states require additional hours of 
training to teach the competencies of the 
curriculum; 

(B) Documentation that the program will not be 
viable without the exception; or 

(C) Documentation that employers have 
certified the competencies required for the 
program and the length of time needed to 
teach those competencies. 



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r oval fo r a coll e g e to off er a college t r ansfe r 



a ppr oval t o r a coll e g e to otte r a college 
pr og r am shall b e consistent with the pr imary mission of the 
college t o pr ovide adul t voca t io n al and technical education 
and basic academ i c educa t ion and should compl e m e n t th e 
college's abili t y to p u r sue that mission. 



t+) The ap p roval of a college t r ansfer prog r am shall be 

based on a well documen t ed e valua t ion o f t he 
need, demand, cost and b e nefits of t he pr og r am, as 
well as an assessment of t he c o ll e ge's capaci t y to 
offe r a quality p r ogram and the p oten t ial impact of 
the college t r ansfe r pr og r am on other colleges in 
the r egion and othe r pr ograms within the college. 

ti) P r ocedu r es and guidelmes fo r the d e velo p ment and 

conside r a t ion of a feasibili t y s t udy fo r the addition 
of a coll e g e tr ansfer program shall b e dev e lo p ed by 
the Sys t em P r esid e nt and a pp roved by the S t a te 
Boa r d. — Th e se may include pr ovisions fo r t he 
r e qui r ement of p ublic hearings and/o r a local 
re fe r endum on the pr o p osal. 

t^) The S t a t e Board may te iniinate a college tr ansfer 

pr og r am u p on r equ e s t of t h e college o r wh e n 
en r ollment is not ad e qua t e t o genera t e the funds 
fo r the college to su pp o rt the program. 

Histon- Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5: 1150-20(6): S.L. 

1995. c. 625; 

Eff. Febmarx 1. 1976: 

Readopted January- 5, 1978: 

Amended Eff. September 1. 1993: January 1. 1988; August 

17. 1981; July 1. 1979; 

Temporary' Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

.0203 STANDARDS FOR 

TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL 
CURRICULUMS 

ttd — S t andards. — Th e s t andards for each occu p a t ional 
cu rr iculum, technical or vocational, will b e d e v e lo p ed in 
acco r dance with the following guidelines. Each ins t itution 
will design i t s cumculum cou r ses and r equi r em e n t s to 

com p ly — wi t h the s t anda r ds fo r the cu rr iculum. Each 

insti t ution will — afso — follow — procedures — fo r cumculum 
ap pr oval as ou t lined in Rul e s .0101. .0102. and .0104 of this 
Subcha p te r , 
(b) Guidelines fo r Technical-Voca t ional Cu rr iculums 

<+) Each curriculum should be dev e lo pe d t o m e e t 

s pe cific occu p ational objectives and occu p a t ional 
e ducational com p etencies. The cumculum should 

be — d e sign e d — to — Irad — to — em p loyment. The 

cu rr iculum should emphasize knowledge, skills. 
artd — at t itudes a ppr o pr iat e t o th e occu p at i onal 
cluste r fo r which it is designed, with th e necessary 
iiifui Illat i on abou t inst r uments, t ools, equi p ment, 
and pr oc e ss e s includ e d as an in t egral pail of the 
curriculum. 

tir) Th e cu rr iculum is defm e d as consisting of a cou r se 

o r a g r ou p of cou r ses o r ganiz e d in a logical 
sequence to meet occu p a t ional educational goals 
and that meet the following cnt e na. 

tA) The cu rr iculum consists of a cou r se o r 

cou r ses which total a minimum of 16 
quart er hou r c r edits. 
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d e signated c o m pete ncies fo r an o ccu p a t ion. 

(3) Curriculums leading to th e Associate in Applied 

Science (A.A.S.) deg r ee should r equire from 9 6 
quar t e r h o u r cr e di t s t o 128 quarter hour credits fo r 
gradua t i o n. — On s pe cial justifica t ion t he Sta te 
P r esiden t may r ecommend a cu rr iculum to th e 
S t ate Board with qua rt e r -hou r c r edi t r equi r ements 
above the maximum of 128. — Total quarte r hou r 
credi t s r equi r ed fo r each cur r iculum will be 
es t ablished a t a minimum with the maximum 
allowed being no mo r e than 10 p e r cent above the 
minimum. 

(4) Curriculums leading t o the diploma should re qui re 

fi- om 64 t o 128 quarte r hou r c r edits fo r g r aduation. 
Quarter hou r c r edi t s fo r each cu rr iculum will be 
established at a minimum with a maximum being 
no mo r e t han 10 per c e nt above th e minimum. 

(5) Ce rt ifica t es may b e awa r ded to a g r aduate of a 

cur r iculum of fewe r than 64 quarter hour cr e dits in 
l e ngth. 

t€j Technical Cu rr iculums 

i:Ar) — Teclinical curriculums should be designed t o 
prepare individuals for em p loyment in fields 

re cognized as semi p rofessional or 

p ara pr ofessional in s t atus. They should b e 
com p osed of collegiate-level s t udies (no t 
n e c e ssarily t r ansf er able) pr oviding a greater 
degree — of — t h e o re tical — knowledge — than 
mani p ulativ e skills and should b e o r ien te d 
to a b r oad occu p ational cluste r . 

(fi^ G r adua t es — f r om — a — technical — curriculum 

should have at leas t 18 qua rter h o u r c r edits 
in t he areas of English, social sci e nc e , 
and/ or the humanities. 

f€i Th e Associa te in A pp li e d Sci e nc e d e g ree 

may — be awarded to the g r aduate of a 
t e chnical curriculum with 9 6 quarter hou r 
c r edits o r mo r e. 

i9j T e chnical S pe cial t y Curriculums 

tA:) — Technical s pe cialty cu rr iculums should b e 
d e s i gned — to — pr e p a r e — individuals — for 
em p loymen t — in — ftdth — r ecognized — as 
semi pr ofessional — or — p ara pr ofessional — in 

s t atus. They — should — be — com p osed — of 

c o llegia te -l e v e l — stttdres — trtot — necessa r ily 
tr ansfer r able) p r oviding g re ate r deg r ee of 
theo r etical knowledge than mani p ulative 
skills. 
fS) — T e chnical — s p ecialty — cu rr iculums — should 
includ e only those gene r al educa t ion and 
r elated cou r ses n e c e ssary to su p port th e 
technical cou r ses offe r ed in the cu rr iculum. 

f€) Technical s p ecialty cu rr iculums usually arc 

com p osed of selected technical cou r ses 
designed to p rcpai ' c for a p articular t e chnical 
skill. Technical s pe cialty cu rr iculums may 
r ange f r om 16 to 9 5 quarte r hou r c r edits fo r 



each cu rr iculum es t ablished a t a minimum 
with the maximum allowed being no m ore 
than 10 p e r cent above the minimum. 

(©) The — di p loma — may — be — award e d — t o the 

g r aduat e of technical s p ecialty cu rr iculum 
64 to 9 5 quarte r hour c r edits in length. 

(Ej The certificate may be awarded to the 

g r aduate of technical s p ecialty cu rr iculum 
wi t h fewe r than 64 quarte r hour credits in 
length. 
iW) Voca t ional Cu rr iculums 

{Aj Voca t i o nal curriculums should be designed 

to — pr e p are — individuals — for — skilled — or 
semiskilled — employment — o pp o rt unities. 
Study — n — p rimarily — o r iented — to — ttic 

dev e lo p m e n t of mani p ulative skttt 

com p etencies — fo r use — m — a s p ecialized 
occu p a t ion. 

(&) Graduat e s f r om a vocational cu rr iculum 

should have a t leas t six quart e r hou r c r edits 
in — one o r — more — of — the — areas — of 
communications skills, a pp lied sciences, 
and a pp li e d social sciences. 

(€) — The — di p loma — may — be — award e d — to — the 
g r adua t e o f a voca t ional cu rr iculum t ha t is 
64 o r mo r e qua rt e r -hou r c re dits in l e ngth. 
The ce rt ificate may be award e d t o th e 
g r aduate of a voca t ional curriculum of 
f e w er than 64 quarter hour credi t s in length. 
i9f — Voca t ional S pe cial t y Cu rr iculums 

(tA) Vocational s p ecialty cu rr iculums should b e 

designed to pr e p ar e s t uden t s for skilled o r 
s e miskill e d — employment — opportunities. 
Study — is — pr imarily — o r ient e d — to — the 
dev e lo p m e n t of mani p ula t ive skills fo r use 
in a s p ecialized occu p ation. 

tfti Vocational s p ecialty cu r riculums usually 

include only those subjects n e cessa r y to 
suppo rt the developmen t of the skills fo r the 

s p ecialized — occu p ation. Vocational 

specialty cu rr iculums should be a minimum 
of 1 6 quart er hou r c r edits in length. 

(€i 7^ — c er tificat e — may — be — awarded to — the 

g r aduate — of — a — vocational — s pe cialty 
cur r iculum. 
t+6^ P r ocedu r es of establishing S t a n da r ds fo r Bach 

curriculum 

tAi The s t anda r ds for each cu rr iculum will be 

established jointly by th e D ep artment of 
Communi t y Coll e ges and the institu t ion(s) 
off er ing — or — pr o p osing — to — offer — the 
curriculum. 

(&) A cu r riculum may have subjec t ca t ego r ies 

established with minimum and maximum 
qua r t er hou r c re di t r ang e s fo r th e subjec t 

a r ea. Technical cu rr iculums will have 

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for — the — following — subje ct — ca te g or ies : 
technical, r elated and general educati o n. 
Elective quar t er-hour c r edi t s may als o be 

included — as — a — ca te go r y. Voca t i o nal 

curriculums may hav e subject categ or ies 
e s t ablished. 

tG) A minimum percentage of quar t er hou r 

credits awarded to class work will be 
s p ecified for each curriculum. 

fBj Coo p e r ative educa t ion o r wo r k ex p erience 

may be included in t he cu rr iculum up to a 
maximum of 12 quaner hou r c r edi t s. 
(-tt^ P r ocedu r es fo r Changing S t andards f or Each 

Curriculum. Changes in s t andards — for each 

curriculum will requi r e t h e app r oval of the S t ate 

Boa r d. — Requ e s t fo r changes in t he standards 

app r oved by t he S t ate Board for a curriculum may 

be — made — t o t h e — Boa r d — unde r t he — following 

condi t ions : 

tAi re qu e st to t he De p artm e n t of Community 

Colleges to chang e th e standards; 

(fi) concur re nc e by the majo r i t y of ins t itu t ions 

offe r ing the specific cu rr iculum; 

t^ — concu rr ence — by — the — Depar t men t — of 
Community Coll e ges. 
(-!■?) P r ocedu r es fo r Designing Cu rr iculums at the 

Institutional Level 

tAi The ins t itution will b e r e s p onsibl e fo r th e 

design of t he cu r riculum at the ins t i t u t ional 

1 - - - 1 
level. 

(B) Tlic cur r iculum will adhere t o t he s t andards 

as a ppr oved by t he State Board f or t he 
curriculum. 

(^) Wh e n s t andards ar e to b e develo p ed fo r a 

new — curriculum, the ins t i t ution — or 

institu t ions p lanning to submit applica t ions 
to th e Sta te Board fo r cu rr iculum a ppr oval 
will jointly develo p the s t andards wi t h t h e 
De p artment of Community Colleg e s fo r t h e 
p r o p os e d cur r iculum fo r pr esentation t o t h e 
State Boa r d fo r ac t ion. 

t&^ The institu t ion will maintain on file with the 

De p artment of Community Colleges a co p y 
of the official cu rr iculum approved by t he 
insti t ution's board of t r us t ees. — A co p y of 
each r evised cu rr iculum will be filed with 
the De p a rt ment of Community Colleges 
p rio r to im p lementation at t h e institution. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5: S.L. 1995, c. 625; 

EJf. July 1. 1979; 

Amended Eff. December 1. 1984; 

Temporary Repeal Eff. June L_ 1997. 

.0204 COURSES AND STANDARDS FOR 
CURRICULUM PROGRAMS 

A common course library and curriculum standards for 



associate degree, diploma, and certificate programs shall be 
as follows: 

(1) Common Course Library. 

(a) The Common Course Library shall contain 
the following elements for all curriculum 
program credit and developmental courses 
a pproved for the North Carolina 
Community College System. 

lil Course prefix; 
(ii) Course number; 
(iii) Course title; 

(iv) Classroom hours and laboratory, 
clinical, and work experience contact 
hours, if applicable; 
(v) Credit hours; 
(vi) Prerequisites and corequisites. if 

applicable; and 
(vii) Course description consisting of 
three sentences. 

(b) A numbering system for the Common 
Course Library is as follows: 

£1} Ihe numbers 050-099 shall be 

assigned to developmental courses. 
£iii The numbers 100-109 and 200-209 
shall be assigned to courses approved 
only at the certificate and diploma 
level . These courses shall not be 
included in associate degree 
programs, 
(iii) The numbers 110-199 and 210-299 
shall be used for courses approved at 
the associate degree level. These 
courses may also be included in 
certificate and diploma programs. 

(c) The college shall use the course information 
(prefix, number, title, and classroom, 
laboratory, clinical, work experience, and 
credit hours; prerequisites and corequisites; 
and course description) as listed in the 
Common Course Library. 

iU The college may add a fourth 
sentence to the course description to 
clarify content or instructional 
methodology, 
(ii) A college may divide courses into 
incremental units for greater 
flexibility in providing instruction to 
part-time students or to provide 
shorter units of study for abbreviated 
calendars. The following criteria 
apply to courses divided into 
incremental units: 

(A) A curriculum program course 
may be divided into two or 
three units. which are 
designated with an additional 
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prefix and number. 

(B) The units shall equal the entire 
course of instruction, without 
omitting any competencies. 

(C) The combined contact and 
credit hours for the units shall 
equal the contact and credit 
hours for the course. 

(D) If the course is a prerequisite 
to another course, the student 
shall complete all component 
parts before enrolling in the 

- next course. 

(E) The components of a split 
curriculum program course 
shall not be used to supplant 
training for occupational 
extension. 

(d) The Department of Community Colleges 
shall revise and maintain courses in the 
Common Course Library . 

(2) Development of Curriculum Standards. The 
standards for each curriculum program title shall 
be established jointly by the Department of 
Community Colleges and the institution(s) 
proposing to offer the curriculum program based 
on criteria established by the State Board of 
Community Colleges. Changes in curriculum 
standards shall be approved by the State Board of 
Community Colleges. Requests for changes in the 
standards shall be made to the State Board under 
the following conditions: 

(a) A request is made to the Department of 
Community Colleges to change the 
standards for a curriculum program title: 
and 

(h) The majority of institutions offering the 
curriculum program title concur with the 
request. 

(3) Criteria for Curriculum Standards. The standards 
for each curriculum program title shall be based on 
the following criteria established by the State 
Board for the awarding of degrees, diplomas, and 
certificates. 

(a) Associate in Applied Science Degree. The 
Associate in Applied Science Degree shall 
be granted for a planned program of study 
consisting of a minimum of 64 and a 
maximum of 76 semester hours of courses at 
the 1 10-199 and 210-299 levels. Within the 
degree program, the institution shall include 
opportunities for the achievement of 
competence in reading, writing, oral 
communication, fundamental mathematical 
skills, and the basic use of computers. 
til The associate in applied science 
de gree curriculum program shall 



include a minimum of 15 semester 
hours of general education courses 
selected from the Common Course 
Library, including six hours in 
communications, three hours in 
humanities or fme arts, three hours in 
social or behavioral sciences, and 
three hours in natural sciences or 
mathematics, 
(ii) The associate in applied science 
degree curriculum program shall 
include a minimum of 49 semester 
hours of major courses selected from 
the Common Course Library. Major 
courses are those which offer specific 
job knowledge or skills. 

(A) Within the major hours 
category, each curriculum 
program shall include 
identified core courses or 
subject areas. The required 
subject or course core shall be 
comprised of subject areas or 
specific courses or both which 
are required for each 
curriculum program. Core 
subjects or courses shall be 
based on curriculum 
competencies and shall teach 
essential skills and knowledge 
necessary for entry-level 
employment. The number of 
credit hours required for the 
core may vary from title to 
title but shall not be [ess than 
12 semester hours of credit. 

(B) The major hours category may 
also include hours required for 
a concentration of study. A 
concentration of study is a 
group of courses required 
beyond the core for a specific 
related employment field. A 
concentration shall include a 
minimum of \2 semester 
hours, and the majority of the 
course credit hours shall be 
unique to [he concentration. 

(C) Other major hours shall be 
selected from prefixes 
identified on tlie curriculum 
standard. A maximum of nine 
semester hours of credit may 
be selected from any prefix 
listed, with the exception of 
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(D) Work experience, including 

cooperative education. 

practicums. and internships. 

may be included in an 

associate in applied science 

degree curriculum program up 

to a maximum of eight 

semester hours of credit. 

(iii) An associate in applied science 

degree curriculum program may 

include a maximum of seven other 

required hours to complete college 

graduation requirements. These 

courses shall be selected from the 

Common Course Library. 

(iv) Selected topics or seminar courses 

may be included in an associate in 

applied science degree program up to 

a maximum of three semester hours 

credit. 

(b) Associate in Arts and Associate in Science 

Degrees. The Associate in Ans and 

Associate in Science Degrees shall be 

granted for planned programs of study 

consisting of a minimum of 64 and a 

maximum of 65 semester hours of approved 

college transfer courses at the 1 10-199 and 

210-299 levels. Within the degree program. 

the institution shall include opportunities for 

the achievement of competence in reading. 

writing, oral communication, fundamental 

mathematical skills, and the basic use of 

computers. 

liJ The associate in arts and associate in 
science degree programs shall include 
a minimum of 44 semester hours of 
general education core courses 
selected from the Common Course 
Library and approved for transfer to 
the University of North Carolina 
constituent institutions. The general 
education core shall include: 

(A) six semester hours of English 
composition. 

(B) 12 semester hours of 
humanities or fine arts, with 
four courses to be selected 
from at least three of the 
following disciplines: music, 
art, drama, dance, foreign 
languages, interdisciplinary 
humanities. literature, 
philosophy, and religion. At 
least one course shall be a 
literature course. Three 
semester hours credit in 
speech or communication may 



be substituted for three 
semester hours credit in 
humanities or fine arts. 

(C) 12 semester hours of social or 
behavioral sciences, with four 
courses to be selected from at 
least three of the following 
disciplines: anthropology, 
economics. geography, 
history, political science, 
psychology, and sociology. 
At least one course shall be a 
history course. 

(D) 14 semester hours of natural 
sciences or mathematics: six 
hours shall be mathematics 
courses with at least one 
course in introductory 
mathematics: eight hours shall 
be natural sciences courses, 
including accompanying 
laboratory work, selected 
from among the biological and 
physical science disciplines. 

iii] The associate in arts and associate in 
science degree programs shall include 
a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 
21 additional semester hours selected 
from courses in tlie Common Course 
Library which have been approved 
for transfer to the University of 
North Carolina constituent 

institutions. Courses in health, 
phvsical education. college 
orientation, or study skills may be 
included. Selected topics or seminar 
courses u£ to a maximum of three 
semester hours credit may be 
included. Work experience, 

including cooperative education, 
practicums. and internships, may be 
included U2 12 a maximum of one 
semester hour of credit for career 
exploration. 

(A) The associate in arts degree 
curriculum program shall 
include additional general 
education and professional 
courses which have been 
approved for transfer. 

(B) The associate in science 
degree curriculum program 
shall include a minimum of 14 
semester hours in mathematics 
or science and professional 
courses which have been 
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(c) Associate in Fine Arts Degree. The 
Associate in Fine Arts Degree shall be 
granted for planned programs of study 
consisting of a minimum of 64 and a 
maximum of 65 semester hours of approved 
college transfer courses at the 110-199 and 
210-299 levels. Within the degree program, 
the institution shall include opportunities for 
the achievement of competence in reading, 
writing, oral communication, fundamental 
mathematical skills, and the basic use of 
computers. 

£i} The associate in fine arts degree 
programs shall include a minimum of 
28 semester hours of general 
education core courses selected from 
the Common Course Library and 
approved for transfer to the 
University of North Carolina 
constituent institutions. The general 
education core shall include: 

(A) six semester hours of English 
composition. 

(B) six semester hours of 
humanities or fine arts, with 
two courses to be selected 
from two of the following 
disciplines: music, art, drama, 
dance, foreign languages, 
interdisciplinary humanities, 
literature, philosophy, and 
religion. At least one course 
shall be a literature course. 
Three semester hours credit in 
speech or communication may 
be substituted for three 
semester hours credit in 
humanities or fine arts. 

(C) nine semester hours of social 
or behavioral sciences, with 
three courses to be selected 
from three of the following 
disciplines: anthropology, 
economics. geography, 
history, political science, 
psvchology. and sociology. 
At least one course shall be a 
history course. 

(D) three semester hours of 
introductory mathematics. 

(E) four semester hours from the 
natural sciences, including 
accompanying laboratory 
work. 

(ii) The associate in fine arts degree 
programs shall include a minimum of 
36 and a maximum of 37 additional 



semester hours selected from courses 
in the Common Course Library 
which have been approved for 
transfer to the University of North 
Carolina constituent institutions. 
Major course requirements shall be 
determined by articulation 

agreements developed under the 
Comprehensive Articulation 

Agreement. Courses in health, 
physical education. college 
orientation, or study skills may be 
included. Selected topics or seminar 
courses up to a maximum of three 
semester hours credit may be 
included. Work experience, 

including cooperative education, 
practicums. and internships, may be 
included up to a maximum of one 
semester hour of credit for career 
exploration. 

(d) Associate in General Education. The 
Associate in General Education shall be 
granted for a planned program of study 
consisting of a minimum of 64 and a 
maximum of 65 semester hours of courses 
at the 110-199 and 210-299 levels. Within 
the degree program, the institution shall 
include opportunities for the achievement of 
competence in reading, writing, oral 
communication, fundamental mathematical 
skills, and the basic use of computers. 

ti) The associate in general education 
degree curriculum program shall 
include a minimum of 15 semester 
hours of general education courses 
selected from the Common Course 
Library, including six hours in 
communications, three hours in 
humanities or fine arts, three hours in 
social or behavioral sciences, and 
three hours in natural sciences or 
mathematics. 

(ii) The remaining hours in the associate 
in general education degree 
curriculum program shall consist of 
additional general education courses 
selected from the Common Course 
Library. A maximum of seven 
semester hours credit in health, 
physical education, and college 
orientation or study skills courses 
may be included. Selected topics or 
seminar courses may be included in a 
program of study up to a maximum 
of three semester hours credit. 

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a planned program of study consisting of a 
minimum of 36 and a maximum of 48 
semester hours of courses at the 100-299 
course level. 

£il Diploma curricula shall include a 
minimum of six semester hours of 
general education courses selected 
from the Common Course Library. 
A mimmum of three hours shall be in 
communications, and a minimum of 
three semester hours shall be selected 
from courses in humanities and fine 
arts, social and behavioral sciences. 
or natural sciences and mathematics. 
A diploma curriculum program may 
include general education courses at 
the 100-109 level, 
(ii) Diploma curricula shall include a 
minimum of 30 semester hours of 
major courses selected from the 
Common Course Library. 

(A) A diploma curriculum 
program which is a stand- 
alone cumculum program title 
shall include identified core 
courses or subject areas within 
the major hours category. 

(B) Courses for other major hours 
in a stand-alone diploma 
curriculum program title shall 
be selected from prefixes 
identified on the curriculum 
standard. A maximum of nine 
semester hours credit may be 
selected from any prefix 
listed, with the exception of 
prefixes listed in the core or 
concentration. 

(C) Work experience, including 
cooperative education, 
praclicums. and internships, 
may be included in a diploma 
curriculum program up to a 
maximum of eight semester 
hours credit. 

(iii) A diploma curriculum program may 
include a maximum of four other 
required hours to complete college 
graduation requirements. These 
courses shall be selected from the 
Common Course Library. 

(iv) An institution may award a diploma 
under an approved associate jn 
applied science degree curriculum 
program for a series of courses taken 
from the approved associate degree 
curriculum program. 



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(A) A diploma curriculum 
program offered under an 
approved associate degree 
curriculum program shall meet 
the standard general education 
and major course requirements 
for the diploma credential. 

(B) A college may substitute 
general education courses at 
the 100-109 course level for 
the associate-degree level 
general education courses jn a 
diploma curriculum program 
offered under an approved 
de gree program. 

(C) The diploma curriculum 
program offered under an 
approved associate degree 
curriculum program shall 
require a minimum of 12 
semester hours of credit from 
courses extracted from the 
required subject or course 
core of the respective 
associate in applied science 
degree curriculum program. 

(v) Selected topics or seminar courses 

may be included in a diploma 

program up to a maximum of three 

semester hours credit. 

Certificate Programs. The Certificate shall 

be granted for a plaimed program of study 

consisting of a minimum of 12 and a 

maximum of 18 semester hours of courses 

at the 100-299 course level. 

ii} General education is optional in 

certificate curricula, 
(ii) Certificate curricula shall include a 
minimum of \2 semester hours of 
major courses selected from the 
Common Course Library. 

(A) A certificate curriculum 
program which is a stand- 
alone curriculum program title 
or which is the highest 
credential level awarded under 
an approved associate in 
applied science degree or 
diploma program shall include 
12 semester hours of core 
courses or subject areas within 
the major hours category. 

(B) Course s for other major hours 
in a stand-alone cenificate 
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standard. A maximum of nine 

semester hours credit may be 

selected from any prefix 

listed, with the exception of 

prefixes listed in the core or 

concentration. 

(C) Work experience, including 

cooperative education. 

practicums. and internships. 

may be included in a 

certificate program up to a 

maximum of two semester 

hours credit. 

(iii) A certificate curriculum program may 

include a maximum of one other 

required hour to complete college 

graduation requirements. This 

course shall be selected from the 

Common Course Library. 

(iv) An instimtion may award a certificate 

under an approved degree or diploma 

curriculum program for a series of 

courses totaling a minimum of 12 

semester hours credit and a maximum 

of 18 semester hours credit taken 

from the approved associate degree 

or diploma curriculum program. 

(v) Selected topics or seminar courses 

may be included in a certificate 

program up to a maximum of three 

semester hours credit. 

(4) Curriculum Standards Compliance. Each 

institution shall select curriculum program courses 

from the Common Course Libran,' to comply with 

the standards for each curriculum program title the 

institution is approved to offer. The selected 

courses shall comprise the college's program of 

study for that curriculum program. 

(a) Each institution shall mamtain on file with 

the Department of Community Colleges a 

copy of the official program of study 

approved by the institution's board of 

trustees. A copy of each revised program of 

study shall be filed with the Department of 

Community Colleges prior to 

implementation at the institution. 

Cb) When requesting approval to offer a 

curriculum program title, an institution shall 

submit a program of study for that 

curriculum program title. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5; S.L. 1995, c. 625; 
Temporary Adoption Eff. June I. 1997. 

.0205 PROGRAM REVIEW 

(a) Each college shall monitor the quality and viability of 
all its programs and services. Each curriculum program and 



the occupational extension program shall be reviewed 
annuallv. Colleges shall provide information to the 
Department of Community Colleges on program enrollment 
and cost; student progress, achievement and outcomes: and 
employer satisfaction. 

£bj Associate in Applied Science, diploma and certificate 
programs shall meet the following standards for performance: 

(1) the standard required by an outside licensure or 
accrediting agency for passing rates on licensure or 
certification examinations, where applicable: and 

(2) a satisfactory level on at least five of the following 
eight required elements: 

(A) a three year annual average enrollment of at 
least 10 students, unduplicated headcoum: 

(B) student goal accomplishment for program 
completion: 

(C) student goal accomplishment for other 
student goals: 

(D) program completer satisfaction with 
program: 

(El early leaver satisfaction with program: 

(F) program completer employment rate; 

(G) early leaver employment rate: 
(H) employer satisfaction. 

The performance level on Parts (b)(2)(B) through (b)(2)(H) 
of this Rule shall be no more than 15 percent below the 
system average and shall be determined by an annual survey 
conducted by each college based on a standard set of 
questions developed by the Department. 

(c) The associate in arts, associate in science, and 
associate in fine arts degree programs' performance level 
shall be no more than 15 percent below the system average 
grade point average earned after two semesters in a four-year 
institution for students who completed 60 or more semester 
credit hours at the community college. 

(d> Programs which do not meet these standards will be 
subject to further review to document temporary or 
permanent conditions which shall be taken into account to 
justify offering the program. If further review fails to 
provide a justification for the program or to lead to 
improvement so that the program meets the standards, the 
program shall be terminated. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115D-5; 1993 S.L. c. 321. s. 

109; S.L. 1995, c. 625; 

Eff. February 1, 1990; 

Amended Eff. August I. 1995; September 1. 1993; 

Temporary Adoption Eff. June I. 1997. 

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.0501 ARTICULATION 

(a) The State Board of Community Colleges shall 
encourage meetings with the State Board of Education and 
the Board of Governors of The University of Nonh Carolma 
to discuss educational matters of mutual interest and to 
recommend to the General Assembly such policies as are 
appropriate to in^pro\ ' c encourage the improvement of public 
education at every level in North Carolina. 

(b) The State Board encourages formal and informal 
articulation efforts on a continuing basis between the 
educational systems. Aniculation between the State 
educational systems should address programming, 
transferability, and other srudent-oriented issues which would 
result in better serving the educational needs of North 
Carolina. Where feasible, the joint utilization of physical 
facilities, equipment and materials should be considered. 

(c) All Nonh Carolina Communitv College System 
associate in science, associate in arts, and associate in fine 
arts degree programs shall be structured to comph with the 
North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement for 
the transfer of credits between the institutions of the North 
Carolina Communit\- College System and the Universit\- of 
North Carolina. 

History Note: Authonty G.S. 115D-2.1; 115D-3: 115D-5: 

S.L. 1995, c. 625; 

Eff. February 1. 1976: 

Readopted Eff. January 5. 1978: 

Amended Eff . September 1, 1993: December 1. 1984; 

Temporary- Amendment Eff. June L. 1997. 

SECTION .0600 - VOCATIONAL CLURICLXUIVI 



consortium collaborative agreement to ex p and approved 
t echnical and vocational cu rr iculums to o t he r colleges for the 
purpose of offering credit courses or programs. The 
consortium collaborati\e agreement shall: 

(1) Specif>' the curriculum program(s) to be shared; 

(2) Define the plan for sharing the curriculum 
program(s), including who shall earn the FTE and 
grant the award{s); 

(3 ) Certify that appropriate and adequate resources are 
available at each participating college. Where 
feasible, the joint utilization of phvsical facilities, 
equipment, materials, and instructional faculty 
should be considered: 

(4) Certifs' that the curriculum program(s) meets the 
standards of the appropriate accrediting agency; 

(5) Be signed by the president and approved by the 
board of trustees of each participating college; and 

(6) Be approved by the System President. 

(b) Any technical o r vocational curriculum shared by a 
consortium shall be approved by the State Board t o be 
offe r ed by on e One or more of the colleges participating in 
the consortium, collaborative agreement shall be approved by 
the State Board to offer the curriculum program shared by 
the collaboraii\e agreement. 

Hisior\ Note: Filed as a Temporan Adoption Eff. October 

31. 1994, for a period of 180 days or until the permanent 

nde becomes effective, whichever is sooner: 

Aiithorit\ G.S. 115D-5: S.L. 1993, 2nd session, c. 769, p. 

18, s. 18; S.L. 1995, c. 625; 

Eff. Max 1, 1995; 

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1 his Section contains the agenda for the next meeting of the Rules Review Commission on Thursday. April 17. 1997. 10:00 
a.m.. at 1307 Glenwood Ave., Assembly Room, Raleigh, NC. Anyone wishing to submit written comment on any rule before 



the Commission should submit those comments to the RRC staff, the agency, and the individual Commissioners by Monday. 
April 14. 1997. gl 5:00 p.m. Specific instructions and addresses may be obtained from the Rules Review Commission at 
919-733-2721. Anyone wishing to address the Commission should notify the RRC staff and the agency at least 24 hours 
prior to the meeting. 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEMBERS 



Appointed by Senate 

Philip O. Redwine - Chairman 

Vemice B. Howard 

Teresa L. Smallwood 

Charles H. Henry 



Appointed by House 

Bill Graham - Vice Chairman 

James Mallory, III 

Paul Powell 

Anita White 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEETING DATES 



April 17, 1997 
May 15, 1997 
June 19, 1997 



July 17, 1997 
August 21, 1997 
September 18, 1997 



MEETING DATE: APRIL 17, 1997 



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RULES SUBMITTED: FEBRUARY 20, 1997 THROUGH MARCH 20, 1997 



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RULE NAME 



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ACTION 



DHR/DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

Technique for Overpayments 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Applicability 

Definitions 

Basic and Premium Deficiency 

Calculation 

Calculation 



10 NCAC 260 .0707 



11 NCAC IIF .0401 
11 NCAC IIF .0402 
11 NCAC IIF .0403 
11 NCAC IIP .0404 
11 NCAC IIF .0405 



Amend 



Adopt 
Adopt 
Adopt 
Adopt 
Adopt 



JUSTICE/NC CRIMINAL JUSTICE EDUCATION & TRAINING STANDARDS COMMISSION 



i 



Definitions 




12 NCAC 9A 


.0103 


Background Investigation 




12 NCAC 9B 


.0102 


Minimum Standards 




12 NCAC 9B 


.0111 


Basic Training 




12 NCAC 9B 


.0206 


Basic Training 




12 NCAC 9B 


.0224 


Basic Training 




12 NCAC 9B 


.0225 


Satisfaction of Minimum Training 


12 NCAC 9B 


.0409 


General Certification 




12 NCAC 9C 


.0304 


Agency Retention 




12 NCAC 9C 


.0307 


Lateral Transfer 




12 NCAC9C 


.0309 


Approved Speed-Measuring 


Instruments 


12 NCAC 9C 


.0601 


Testing: Accuracy 




12 NCAC 9C 


.0602 


Testing: Radio Microwave 




12 NCAC 9C 


.0603 



Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Repeal 
Repeal 



11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1945 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



Testing: Time-Distance 


12 NCAC9C .0604 


Repeal 


Operating Procedures 


12 NCAC 9C .0605 


Repeal 


Concurrent Responsibility 


12 NCAC 9C .0606 


Repeal 


Speed-Measuring Instrument 


12 NCAC 9C .0607 


Adopt 


Speed-Measuring Instrument 


12 NCAC 9C .0608 


Adopt 


DEHNR/ENVIRONfMENTAL MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 






Excess Emissions 


15A NCAC 2D .0535 


Amend 


Purpose and Scope 


15ANCAC2D .1201 


Amend 


Definitions 


15ANCAC2D .1202 


Amend 


Test Metliods 


15ANCAC2D .1203 


Amend 


Reporting 


15ANCAC2D .1204 


Amend 


Emission Standards 


15ANCAC2D ,1205 


Amend 


Operational Standards 


15ANCAC2D .1206 


Amend 


Excess Emissions 


15ANCAC2D .1207 


Amend 


Operator Training 


15ANCAC2D .1208 


Adopt 


Compliance Schedules 


15ANCAC2D .1209 


Amend 


Application Processing 


15A NCAC2Q .0312 


Amend 


Expedited Application Processing 


15A NCAC2Q .0313 


Adopt 


Application Processing Schedule 


15A NCAC 2Q .0525 


Amend 


Expedited Application Processing 


15A NCAC 2Q .0527 


Adopt 


Application Processing Schedule 


15A NCAC 2Q .0607 


Amend 


DEHNR/MARINE HSHERIES COMMISSION 






Endangered or Threatened Species 


15A NCAC 31 .0107 


Amend 


Militar>' Prohibited Areas 


15ANCAC3I .0110 


Amend 


Coral and Live Rock 


15ANCAC3I .0116 


Amend 


Trawl Nets 


15ANCAC 3J .0104 


Amend 


Crab. Eel, Fish and Shrimp Pots 


15ANCAC3J .0301 


Amend 


Non-Commercial Harvest 


15ANCAC3K .0105 


Amend 


Dredges/Mechanical Methods 


15A NCAC 3K .0204 


Amend 


Prohibited Taking 


15A NCAC 3K .0304 


Amend 


Crab Dredging 


15A NCAC 3L .0203 


Amend 


Crab Spawning Sanctuaries 


15A NCAC 3L .0205 


Amend 


Season, Size, and Harvest Limit 


15A NCAC 3M .0204 


Amend 


Season and Areas 


15A NCAC3M .0401 


Amend 


Maps and Marking 


15A NCAC3N .0103 


Amend 


Prohibited Gear 


15ANCAC3N .0104 


Amend 


Prohibited Gear 


15ANCAC3N .0105 


Amend 


License Agents 


15ANCAC30 .0101 


Amend 


Standards for Shellfish Bottom 


15A NCAC 30 .0201 


Amend 


Shellfish Bottom 


15A NCAC 30 .0202 


Amend 


Lease Renewal 


15A NCAC 30 .0205 


Amend 


Cancellation 


15A NCAC 30 .0208 


Amend 


Sea Turtle Sanctuary 


15ANCAC3R .0101 


Amend 


Militan,' Restricted Areas 


15A NCAC3R .0102 


Amend 


Primar)' Nursery- Areas 


15A NCAC3R .0103 


Amend 


Permanent Secondary Nursery Areas 


15ANCAC3R .0104 


Amend 


Special Secondary Nursery Areas 


15ANCAC3R .0105 


Amend 


Designated Pot Areas 


15ANCAC3R .0107 


Amend 


DEHNR/WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION 






Permitted Archery Equipment 


15ANCAC lOB .0116 


Amend 


Hunting on Game Lands 


15A NCAC lOD .0003 


Amend 


No Wake Zone 


15A NCAC lOF .0317 


Amend 


No Wake Zone 


15A NCAC lOF .0327 


Amend 


No Wake Zone 


15A NCAC lOF .0339 


Amend 



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1946 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



11:25 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



DEHNR/COMMISSION FOR HEALTH SERVICES 

General 

General Program Requirements 

Standards Applicable 

Standards for Management 

Land Disposal Restrictions 

Standards 

Adoption and Incorporation by Reference 

Adoption and Incorporation by Reference 

TRANSPORTATION/DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

Revocation of Permit 



15ANCAC 13A .0101 
15A NCAC 13A .0105 
15ANCAC 13A .0107 
15A NCAC 13A .0111 
15ANCAC 13A .0112 
15ANCAC 13A .0119 
15A NCAC 211 .0101 
15ANCAC21J .0101 



19ANCAC2E .0210 



Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Amend 

Adopt 

Adopt 



Amend 



NC STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS 

Initial Licensure Fee 21 NCAC 37D .0202 Amend 

Renewal Fee 21 NCAC 37G .0102 Amend 



RULES REVIEW OBJECTIONS 



ACUPUNCTURE LICENSING BOARD 



21 NCAC 1 .0706 - Continuances 

Agency Revised Rule 
21 NCAC 1 .0707 - Disqualification for Personal Bias 

Agency Revised Rule 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

23 NCAC 2C .0304 - Student Loan Funds for Vocational and Technical Education 

Agency Revised Rule 
23 NCAC 2E .0203 - Standards for Technical-Vocational Curriculums 

Agency Revised Rule 

ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Coastal Management 

15A NCAC 7M .0403 - Policy Statements 
Agency Revised Rule 

HUMAN RESOURCES 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



01/16/97 
02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 



RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 



01/16/97 
02/20/97 



Facility Services 

10 NCAC 3R .3030 - Facility and Serx'ice Need Determinations 

Agency Revised Rule 

No Response from Agency 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 3R .3033 - Open Heart Surgery Services Need Determinations (Rev. Cat. H) 

10 NCAC 3R .3034 - Heart-Lung Bypass Mch. Need Det./New Open Heart Sgy. Svcs. 

10 NCAC 3R .3035 - Heart-Lung Bypass Mch. Need Det. /Existing Open Heart Sgy. Svcs. 

10 NCAC 3 R .3036 - Cardiac Catheterization Eqpt Need Det./New Providers 

10 NCAC 3R .3037 - Cardiac Catheterization Eqpt Need Det. /Existing Providers 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 
Obj. Cont'd 
Obj. Cont'd 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 
RRC Objection 
Obj. Cont'd 



10/17/96 
11/21/96 
12/19/96 
02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 
01/16/97 
02/20/97 



11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1947 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



10 NCAC 3R .3038 - Cardiac Angioplasty Eqpt Need Del. /New Providers 
10 NCAC 3R .3039 - Cardiac Angioplasty Eqpt Need Del. /Existing Providers 



Mental Health: Other Programs 

10 NC.4C 18W .0201 - Scope 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0203 - General Provisions 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0205 - Emotional. Mental or Neurological Handicap Defined 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0211 - Needs Assessment 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC ISW .0214 - Area Program Requirements 

Agency Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0215 - Division Requirements 

.4genc} Revised Rule 
10 NCAC 18W .0218 - Contested Case Hearings 

Agency Revised Rule 

TRANSPORTATION 

Division of Motor N'ehicles 

19A NCAC 3J .0306 - Course of Instruction 
19A NCAC 3 J .0307 - Student Requirements 
19A NCAC 3 J .0308 - Reports to be Submitted 



RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 


RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Removed 


02/20/97 



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RRC Objection 
RRC Objection 
RRC Objection 



02/20/97 
02/20/97 
02/20/97 



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1948 



SORTH CAROLL\A REGISTER 



April I, 1997 



11:25 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



I 



1 his Section contains the full text of some of the more significant Administrative Law Judge decisions along with an index 
to all recent contested cases decisions which are filed under North Carolina 's Administrative Procedure Act. Copies of 
the decisions listed in the index and not published are available upon request for a minimal charge by contacting the Office 
of Adrhinistrative Hearings. (919) 733-2698. 



OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Chief Administrative Law Judge 
JULIAN MANN, III 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 
FRED G. MORRISON JR. 

ADMINISTRA TIVE LA W JUDGES 



Brenda B. Becton 
Sammie Chess Jr. 
Beecher R. Gray 
Meg Scott Phipps 



Robert Roosevelt Reilly Jr. 
Dolores O. Smith 
Thomas R. West 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NfUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



I 



I 



ADMINISTRATION 

Douglas J Register v Department ol" Administration 

Purchase and CotUracI 

Budd Seed, Inc v Department of Administration 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COM\nSSION 

Osama Arafat Sadar v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, James Bads Sprowles 
Cole Entertainment. Inc, v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Fuad Saif Murshed v Ale Bev CtL Comm & Durham Mem. Bapl, Ch 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Tremik. Inc 
City of Raleigh v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 

and 
Marshall Stewart, III. Robert David Park, and Park Stewart Inc 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Maria Virginia Tramontano 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Huffman Oil Co.. Inc. 
Pinakin P. Talate v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Entrepreneur. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Zell, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Henry Franklin Gurganus 
Andrew Parker v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Barraq Sabri Alquza v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Partnership T/A T & L Groceries 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Cashion's Food Mart, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. E.K.'s n. Inc. Carl E. Collins 
Bro Bee. Inc. v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Donald Ray Doak 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Janice Lorraine Jeter 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Well Informed. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Kubbard, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Stemmermans's. Inc. 



96DOA0172 



% DOA0281 



Reilly 



Chess 



08/16/96 



09/19/96 



95 ABC 0721 


Gray 


07/09/96 




95 ABC 0883*' 


Gray 


07/10/96 




95 ABC 0917 


West 


08/21/96 


11:12 NCR 1027 


95 ABC 0922 


Chess 


04/24/96 




95 ABC 0925 


Morrison 


03/25/96 




95 ABC 1143 


Morrison 


11/08/96 


11:17 NCR 1362 


95 ABC 1200 


West 


04/23/96 




95 ABC 1251 


West 


04/03/96 


11:03 NCR 166 


95 ABC 1329 


West 


04/10/96 




95 ABC 1363 


Reilly 


05/02/96 




95 ABC 1366 


West 


06/17/96 




95 fSC 1389 


West 


04/01/96 




95 ABC 1402 


Phipps 


03/27/96 




95 ABC 1424 


Phipps 


04/03/96 




95 ABC 1443 


West 


03/26/96 




95 ABC 1444 


Gray 


03/13/96 




95 ABC 1458 


Chess 


08/12/96 




95 ABC 1480 


West 


04/15/96 




95 ABC 1488 


West 


03/29/96 




96 ABC 0013 


Reilly 


04/26/96 




96 ABC 0016 


Chess 


05/28/96 




96 ABC 0017 


Reilly 


05/20/96 




96 ABC 0018 


Chess 


05/28/96 





11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1949 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



George Wright and Alice Ramsuer v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Bayron Green 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Circle K Stores. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Robert Montgomery McKnight 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Cadillacs Discotheque. Inc- 
Gerald Audry Sellars v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Jacqueline Robin Anthony 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Factory Night Club, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. C N H Enterprises, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Millicent 1 Green 
Ghassan Hasan Issa v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Abdelhakeem Muraweh Saleh 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Triangle Drive-In 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Beroth Oil Company 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Giles Rozier 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v, Clifton Franklin Smith 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm v. Crown Central Petroleum Corp. 
Dilthra Smith Patton v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Virginia Caporal v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v James Eads Sprowles 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Chae Ypo Chong 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Albert S Carter 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Taleb Abed Rahman 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Centergrove Entertainment Ent 
Michael L. Harris D/B/A Big House Inc. v. Alcoholic Beverage Control 
Joseph Marcel Etienne v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Jesse Smith 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Winn Dixie Charlotte, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Winn Dixie Charlotte, Inc. 
Louis Corpening v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Joyce N Capra 
HARB Inc v Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Mutaz Mohammed 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Warner Enterprises, Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v James Ramsey, Jr 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Russell Bernard Speller 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Ptnrshp .T/A Blue Front Groc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Crown Central Petroleum Corp. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v Anthony Jerome Foster 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm v. Park Entertainment, Inc 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


>fUMBER 


AU 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 ABC 0058 


Becton 


04/16/96 




96 ABC 0097 


Becton 


08/23/96 




96 ABC 0134 


Gray 


11/06/96 




96 ABC 0135 


Phipps 


05/09/96 




96 ABC 0136 


Phipps 


12/04/96 




96 ABC 0160 


Becton 


06/25/96 


11:08 NCR 564 


96 ABC 0184 


Phipps 


05/09/96 




96 ABC 0226 


Phipps 


08/02/96 




96 ABC 0232 


Becton 


07/09/96 




96 ABC 0234 


Smith 


06/13/96 




96 ABC 0256 


Morrison 


05/23/96 




96 ABC 0381 


Chess 


08/27/96 




96 ABC 0443 


Reilly 


06/11/96 




96 ABC 0447 


Morrison 


08/30/96 


11:13 NCR 1085 


96 ABC 0448 


Morrison 


08/30/96 




96 ABC 0449 


Morrison 


08/30/96 




96 ABC 0450 


Morrison 


08/30/96 




96 ABC 0473 


Morrison 


09/19/96 




96 ABC 0474 


Reilly 


08/12/96 




96 ABC 0482 


Morrison 


10/18/96 




96 ABC 0505 


Morrison 


08/06/96 




96 ABC 0507 


Becton 


10/04/96 




96 ABC 0526*' 


Gray 


07/10/96 




96 ABC 0530 


Morrison 


10/29/96 




96 ABC 0534 


Morrison 


08/05/96 




96 ABC 0551 


West 


11/14/96 




96 ABC 0583 


Reilly 


08/12/96 




96 ABC 0680 


Phipps 


02/12/97 




96 ABC 0718 


Phipps 


10/17/96 




96 ABC 0804 


Gray 


11/19/96 




96 ABC 0858 


Morrison 


11/21/96 




96 ABC 0859 


Morrison 


11/21/96 




96 ABC 0985 


Gray 


09/26/96 




96 ABC 1060 


Reilly 


11/15/96 




96 ABC 1124 


Phipps 


10/23/96 




96 ABC 1181 


Chess 


02/13/97 




96 ABC 1315 


Gray 


01/30/97 


11:23 NCR 1801 


96 ABC 1317 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 ABC 1394 


Smith 


12/20/96 




96 ABC 1469 


Smith 


12/09/96 




96 ABC 1584 


Gray 


02/12/97 




96 ABC 1587 


Reilly 


01/29/97 




96 ABC 1928 


Smith 


02/06/97 





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i 



COlVCVnSSION FOR AUCTIONEERS 



John W. Foster v. Auctioneer Licensing Board 
Barry G. York v. Auctioneer Licensing Board 



96CFA0201 
96 CFA 0297 



Phipps 
Smith 



05/06/96 
10/18/96 



DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION 



James J Lewis v Department of Correction 
CRIME CONTROL AND PLfBLIC SAFETY 



96 DOC 0772 



West 



09/05/96 



Roland Lee Kelly, Jr v. United Family Services, Victim Assistance/Crime 

Victims Compensation Comm 
Robert F Bronsdon v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Helen B Hunter-Reid v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Deborah C Passarelli v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Kenneth Saunders v Victims Compensation Commission 
Franklin McCoy Jones v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Ruby H. Ford v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Manuel Cervantes v. Victims Compensation Fund 
Sheila Carol Blake v. Victims Compensation Commission 
James T Mungo v. Victims Compensation Commission 
Jerome Crutchfield v CPS, Victims Compensation Commission 
William Theodore Frazier v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Emma Coble v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Donna Williams v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Daisy Reid v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Earlie McLaurin, Jr, Delano McLaurin, Sr v Crime Victims Comp Comm 
Anthony P Dawkins v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 



95 CPS 0568 


Morrison 


05/29/96 




95 CPS 1216 


Chess 


05/28/96 




95 CPS 1336 


Smith 


03/29/96 


1 1 :02 NCR 93 


95 CPS 1399 


Reilly 


07/18/96 


1 1:09 NCR 814 


95 CPS 1445 


Chess 


03/26/96 




96 CPS 0056 


Smith 


07/03/96 




96 CPS 01 10 


Reilly 


04/18/96 




96 CPS 01 18 


Chess 


03/19/96 




96 CPS 0280 


West 


07/10/96 




96 CPS 0333 


Reilly 


07/09/96 




96 CPS 0340 


Phipps 


09/05/96 




96 CPS 0435 


Chess 


08/22/96 




96 CPS 0468 


Chess 


09/25/96 




96 CPS 0493 


Morrison 


06/13/96 




96 CPS 0499 


West 


11/18/96 




96 CPS 0639 


West 


01/21/97 




96 CPS 0716 


Reilly 


08/16/96 





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1950 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April I, 1997 



11:25 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



I 



AGENCY 



Judy Worley Milam v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

James A. Cherry v. Crime Control & Public Safety 

Shirley M. King v. Crime Victims Compensation 

Mark Matthews for Child Victim v. Crime Victims Compensation Comm. 

Clara Durham v. Victims Compensation 

George Battle, Jr. v. Crime Control & Public Safety 

Shawn P. Saddler v Victims Compensation Commission 

Ricky Cleveland v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

David Carl Anderson v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Douglas Alan West v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

Sandra Ray Weden v. Victim's Compensation Commission 

ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


AU 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96CPS0717 


Gray 


11/21/96 




96 CPS 0793 


Phipps 


01/17/97 




96 CPS 0802 


West 


08/08/96 




96 CPS 0832 


Becion 


08/20/96 




96 CPS 0906 


Phipps 


09/23/96 




96 CPS 1006 


Phipps 


01/17/97 




96 CPS 1109 


Morrison 


01/02/97 




96 CPS 1174 


Chess 


03/06/97 




96 CPS 1409 


Smith 


11/25/96 




96 CPS 1888 


West 


01/03/97 




97 CPS 0072 


Phipps 


03/11/97 





Gribble & Assoc. & Four Seasons Car Wash v, EHNR 

Webster Environmental Inc. v, EHNR. Asbestos Hazard Mgmt. Branch 

Wilton Evans v. Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 

David Martin Shelton v Rockingham County Dept/Public Health. EHNR 

Kinston Urological Associates. PA. v. N.C- Cancer Program 

Kinston Urological Associates, PA v. N C Cancer Program 

Elsie & Tony Cecchini v. Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 

United Organics Corporation v. Environment. Health. & Natural Res. 

Gerald Mac Clamrock v Environment, Health. & Natural Resources 

Phillip T Goetz V. Carteret County Health Center 

John Milazzo v Environment. Health, & Natural Resources 

Wayne Marshall, Pres. Metro Area Dev.. Inc v. EHNR 

David J Mohn v. Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 

Robert D, Smith v, Brunswick County Health Dept.. Bolivia. NC 

Elizabeth Shepard Covin v. Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 

The Papco Group. Inc. v. Forsyth County Environmental Affairs Dept 

Reuben Massey v Environment. Health, and Natural Resources 

Joseph London v. Environment. Health, and Natural Resources 



95 EHR 0576 


Gray 


04/25/96 




95 EHR 0647 


Becton 


01/24/97 




95 EHR 0843 


Reilly 


07/17/96 




95 EHR 0941 


West 


05/01/96 




95 EHR 1198*= 


Smith 


03/27/96 


1 1 ;02 NCR 97 


95 EHR 1199* = 


Smith 


03/27/96 


11 02 NCR 97 


95 EHR 1240 


Reilly 


04/22/96 




96 EHR 0064 


Smith 


07/01/96 




96 EHR 0168 


Phipps 


05/06/96 




96 EHR 0596 


Smith 


01/23/97 




96 EHR 0644 


Reilly 


08/13/96 




96 EHR 0826 


West 


10/01/96 




96 EHR 0947 


Smith 


10/04/96 




96 EHR 1057 


Chess 


02/04/97 




96 EHR 1258 


Becton 


01/14/97 




96 EHR 1293 


Chess 


02/17/97 




96 EHR 1301 


Reilly 


12/18/96 




96 EHR 1397 


Reilly 


12/10/96 





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Coastal Resources 

Martin W. Synger v. Division of Coastal Management 95 EHR 1006 

J E- Smith Construction Co. v Division of Coastal Management 96 EHR 0074 

Theodore D. Barns v. Town of Long Beach. NC & Coastal Mgmt. EHNR 96 EHR 0277 



Chess 


05/13/96 


Smith 


02/23/96 


West 


05/09/96 



Environmental Health 



Forest Gate Motel v Environment. Health, and Natural Resources 
Paradise Ridge Home Owners by Anne Norburn v. EHNR. Env Health 
Zack Diakogiannis v. EHNR. Division of Environmental Health 



96 EHR 0076 


West 


06/17/96 


96 EHR 0162 


Phipps 


05/06/96 


96 EHR 0768 


Gray 


01/08/97 



Environmental Management 

Frank A Corriher & Sons Well Drilling, Inc v Env Mgmt . EHNR 
North Buncombe Assoc of Concerned Citizens v. Env. Mgmt EHNR 
Ford Motor Company v. EHNR. Division of Environmental Management 
Herman E. Smith v. Division of Environmental Management 
Lake Summit Property Owners Assoc, v EHNR. Environmental Mgmt 
Conover Lumber Co . Inc v EHNR. Division of Environmental Mgmt. 
City of Reidsville. a Municipal Corp. v. EHNR. Environmental Mgmt. 
Jack West d/b/a Jack West Tree Service v. Environmental Mgmt Comm. 
The Smithfield Packing Co . Inc . v EHNR. Environmental Mgmt. 
and 
Citizens for Clean Industry. Inc. and Bladen Environment 
Commscope. Inc. v. EHNR. Division of Environmental Management 
Stephen L. Reedy v. EHNR. Division of Environmental Management 
Rayco Utilities. Inc. v. EHNR. Division of Environmental Management 
Clover M Farms. Inc. v EHNR. Division of Environmental Management 
Providence Glen As.sociates v Environmental Management. EHNR 
Overcash Gravel & Grading Co.. Inc. v. Division of Environmental Mgmt 



95 EHR 0048 


Phipps 


09/20/96 


11:14 NCR 


1191 


95 EHR 0108 


Chess 


02/03/97 


11:24 NCR 


1866 


95 EHR 0588 


Smith 


12/20/96 






95 EHR 0962 


West 


04/30/96 






95 EHR 1022 


Reilly 


12/30/96 






95 EHR 1081 


Reilly 


04/12/96 






95 EHR 1335 


Gray 


10/01/96 


11:15NCR 


1249 


95 EHR 1421 


Morrison 


04/08/96 






95 EHR 1474 


West 


07/03/96 






96 EHR 0078 


Gray 


12/23/96 






96 EHR 0181 


Gray 


12/16/96 






96 EHR 0367 


Becton 


10/04/96 






96 EHR 0405 


Becton 


06/10/96 






96 EHR 0648 


Becton 


08/12/96 






96 EHR 0990 


West 


10/29/96 







Land Resources 



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K&G Properties. Inc. v EHNR. Division of Land Resources 

Marine Fisheries 

Robert I Swinson, Sr. v. EHNR. Health & Nat. Res . Marine Fisheries 
Grayden L Fulcher and Michael Slyron. Sr. v. Div. of Marine Fisheries 



95 EHR 1078 



95 EHR 0320 

96 EHR 0003 



Smith 



Chess 
Reilly 



03/25/96 



03/29/96 
03/06/96 



11:03 NCR 168 



11:25 



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April 1, 1997 



1951 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Johnny R Siotesberry v Marine Fisheries Commission 

Julian G Gilgo v Environment. Health, and Natural Resources 

Radiation Protection 

Marsha L. Powell v. EHNR, Division of Radiation Protection 
Nancy S Webb v EHNR. Division of Radiation Protection 
Olivia Joyce Foushee v, EHNR. Division of Radiation Protection 

Waste Management 

R Donald Phillips V EHNR. Solid Waste Management Division gSEHRUW*' 

R Donald Phillips V. EHNR. Solid Waste Management Division 96 EHR 0554*' 

GRACE and Margaret L Caudle-Beck v, EHNR. Solid Waste Management 96 EHR 1125 
GRACE and Margaret L. Caudle-Beck v. EHNR. Solid Waste Management 96 EHR 1 125 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


AU 


DECISION 


reqj$ts;R citation 


96 EHR 0072 


Gray 


08/19/96 


1111 NCR 955 


96 EHR 0692 


West 


12/06/96 


11:19 NCR 1530 



96 EHR 1116 


Smith 


10/10/96 


96 EHR 1131 


Gray 


10/23/96 


96 EHR 1221 


Chess 


01/31/97 



Gray 


05/22/96 


Gray 


05/22/96 


Phipps 


12/06/96 


Phipps 


02/18/97 



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Water Quality 

Ben Moses v. EHNR. Division of Water Quality 

WIC Program 

Lazelle Marks v, EHNR, Division of Maternal and Child Health 
Ham Sader v Nutrition Services. Div/Maternal & Child Health. EHNR 
Bob's Quick Mart. Bobby D Braswell v. Env., Health, & Natural Res. 
Larry E Mis v USDA-Food/Cons Svc, Cory Menees-WIC Prog.. EHNR 
Naser H Hammad v Dept, of Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 
Jamil M Saleh v. Dept of Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 
Khaled M. Alzer v. Dept. of Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 

Marsha Dianne McKoy v DHR. DMH/DD/SAS. Caswell Center 
Carl D Davis v Department of Correction 

HUMAN RESOURCES 



96 EHR 1085 



90 EEC 0379 

91 EEO 1101 



Cassandra M. Deshazo v Christine E Carroll. Chf Chid Abuse/Neg. Sec. 95 DHR 1410 

Medicus Robinson V Department of Human Resources 96 DHR 0167 

Bntthaven. Inc v DHR. Div/Faciliiy Services. Certification Section 96 DHR 0186 

Linda Gabriel Wallace v Charlotte Health Care Center 96 DHR 1544 

Division of Child Development 



Phipps 



Chess 
Smith 



01/21/97 



95 EHR 0870 


West 


03/27/96 


96 EHR 0054 


West 


05/22/96 


96 EHR 0091 


Smith 


04/02/96 


96 EHR 0164 


Phipps 


03/19/96 


96 EHR 0632 


Reilly 


07/09/96 


96 EHR 0634 


Phipps 


09/04/96 


96 EHR 0721 


Reilly 


07/30/96 



10/08/96 
05/06/96 



Phipps 


03/28/96 


Smith 


04/12/96 


Reilly 


03/06/97 


Phipps 


01/23/97 



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Molly Fallin v Department of Human Resources 

Molly Fallin v Department of Human Resources 

Mary T Hill v DHR. Division of Child Development 

lola Roberson v. DHR. Division of Child Development 

Zannie M. Allen v DHR, Division of Child Development 

Mt. Pleasant Church v DHR. Division of Child Development 

Yvette Nivens v DHR, Division of Child Development 

Sarah M. Carr. CSWTvl v DHR. Division of Child Development 

Anna Hamilton. VL's Day Care Center v. DHR. Div of Child Development 



94 DHR 0872" 


Gray 


05/15/96 


95 DHR 10I3*' 


Gray 


05/15/96 


95 DHR 1192 


Phipps 


03/27/96 


95 DHR 1244 


Gray 


05/16/96 


96 DHR 0304 


Gray 


08/15/96 


96 DHR 0720 


Gray 


11/19/96 


96 DHR 1161 


Morrison 


11/19/96 


96 DHR 2089 


Smith 


02/11/97 


97 DHR 0033 


Gray 


03/18/97 



Dixision of Facility Services 

Eloise Brown v Dept. of Human Resources, Division of Facility Services 

Harry Martin Bastian v DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Kelly Thomas v. DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Community Care #2 v. DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Community Care #4 v DHR. Division of Facility Services 

BiUie Mitchell v Department of Human Resources (DFS) 

Jo Ann Boyd Capps v. DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Peggy Murray v DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Richard Joseph Bisciaio v DHR. (Nurse Aide Registry) Div. /Facility Svcs. 

Gloria J. Butler v. DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Certificate of Need Section 

Nash Hospitals. Inc v. DHR, Div/Facility Services, Cert, of Need Sect 95 DHR 1 176" Phipps 
Pitt Cty Mem Hospital. Inc v. DHR. Div/Facility Svcs. Cert/Need Sect. 95 DHR 1 177*' Phipps 
Tar Heel Home Health. Inc v DHR. Div/Facility Svcs. CertyNecd Sect. 96 DHR 0513 Morrison 



95 DHR 1002 


Phipps 


03/07/96 




96 DHR 0287 


West 


08/21/96 




96 DHR 0670 


Becton 


01/29/97 


11:23 NCR 1803 


96 DHR 0934 


Becton 


10/16/96 




96 DHR 0935 


Becton 


10/16/96 




96 DHR 0975 


Phipps 


01/02/97 




96 DHR 1115 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 DHR 1531 


Smith 


01/31/97 




96 DHR 1971 


West 


02/24/97 




96 DHR 2113 


West 


01/31/97 





05/23/96 
05/23/96 
01/22/97 



11 06 NCR 389 
11 06 NCR 389 
11:22 NCR 1761 



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April 1, 1997 



11:25 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Group Care Licensure Secuon 

Alex L, McCall v. DHR. Div/Facility Svcs, Group Care Licensure Sec 
DHR. Facility Services, Group Care Licensure Sect v. Petrova Evans 
Leola Barnes. Shaw Family Care v DHR. Fac, Svcs. Group Care Lie. 
Gracelane Rest Home v Group Care Lie. Section, Div. of Soc. Svcs. 

Medical Facililtes Licensure Section 

Britihaven, Inc v DHR, Div/Facility Svcs. Medical Facilities Lie Sec. 

Deborah Reddick v Department of Human Resources 

Stacey Yvette Franklin v. Facility Services. Medical Facilities Lie. Sec. 

Division of Medical Assistance 

Judy Malcuit, Re Melissa Malcuit v. DHR, Div. of Medical Assistance 
Durham Reg. Hsptl. Behavioral Hlth Svcs. v. Medical Assistance, DHR 
Jerry Heath v DHR. Division of Medical Assistance 

Division of Social Serx'ices 

Crystean Fields v Department of Human Resources 

Rozena Chambliss v Department of Human Resources 

Addie & Major Short v Department of Human Resources 

Mr and Mrs Jessie Stevenson v DHR. Division of Social Services 

William G. Fisher v. DHR. Div of Social Services. Prog Integrity Branch 

Verna F. Nunn v Department of Human Resources 

Nancy Hooker. Helen Tyndall v. Department of Human Resources 

Monica Ferrari and Justin Ferrari v. Pender County DSS 

Monica Ferrari and Justin Ferrari v. New Hanover County DSS 

Child Support Enforcement Section 

Donald E Rideout Jr v Department of Human Resources 
Christopher F Roakes v Department of Human Resources 
Claude Eure Jr. v Department of Human Resources 
Richard R Fox. Sr v Department of Human Resources 
Joselito D Pilar v. Department of Human Resources 
David Lee Grady v Department of Human Resources 
Patrick Orlando Crump v Department of Human Resources 
Peter Robert Kovolsky v. Department of Human Resources 
Tony Lee Zapata v Department of Human Resources 
Lawrence Dow Dean v. Department of Human Resources 
Carl E. Coffey v Department of Human Resources 
Keith Dewayne Seniers v. Department of Human Resources 
Lonnie Dawes v. Department of Human Resources 
Mickey Turner v. Department of Human Resources 
James Joseph Gallagher v Department of Human Resources 
James Thomas McRae v Department of Human Resources 
Vincent E Koehler v Department of Human Resources 
David J. Moseley v. Department of Human Resources 
Derrick L Conyers v Department of Human Resources 
Charles Edward Smith v Department of Human Resources 
Kevin Vereen v. Department of Human Resources 
James Curtis Witwer v Department of Human Resources 
Thornell Bowden v Department of Human Resources 
Herbert W Donahue Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 
Henry S Sada v Department of Human Resources 
Charles F Moore v Department of Human Resources 
Daniel Leslie Baker v. Department of Human Resources 
Kenneth L Lindsey v Department of Human Resources 
John L Pike v. Department of Human Resources 
Wm. R. Evans v. Department of Human Resources 
Rory J Curry v. Department of Human Resources 
Lorin A. Brown v. Department of Human Resources 
Marcus Anthony Butts v. Department of Human Resources 
Cynthia Pinder v. Department of Human Resources 
Rhonnie J Williams v Department of Human Resources 
Ramon Domenech v Department of Human Resources 
Lennard J Watson v. Department of Human Resources 
Timothy R Brewer. Sr v Department of Human Resources 
Dennis L McNeill v. Department of Human Resources 
Tony A- Rogers v. Department of Human Resources 



95 DHR 1456 


Smith 


03/26/96 


96 DHR 0544 


Phipps 


08/21/96 


96 DHR 0626 


West 


10/01/96 


96 DHR 0944 


Becton 


10/16/96 



95 DHR 1412 


Reilly 


03/06/97 


96 DHR 0240 


Reilly 


06/18/96 


96 DHR 0358 


Morrison 


05/16/96 



96 DHR 0129 


Gray 


06/12/96 


96 DHR 0637 


West 


09/20/96 


96 DHR 0752 


Chess 


10/07/96 



95 DHR 1001 


Gray 


07/05/96 


95 DHR 1044 


Smith 


03/12/96 


95 DHR 1063 


Morrison 


03/19/96 


95 DHR 1072 


Phipps 


03/15/96 


95 DHR 1234 


Morrison 


03/19/96 


95 DHR 1330 


Gray 


04/11/96 


96 DHR 0155 


Gray 


04/26/96 


96 DHR 1425 


Morrison 


12/13/96 


96 DHR 1471 


Morrison 


12/13/96 



95 CSE 0952 


Reilly 


04/18/96 


95CSE 1131 


Becton 


05/03/96 


95 CSE 1155 


Phipps 


06/12/96 


95 CSE 1169 


Becton 


03/19/96 


95 CSE 1180 


Chess 


03/01/96 


95 CSE 1218 


Morrison 


03/26/96 


95 CSE 1221 


Smith 


03/05/96 


95 CSE 1230 


Becton 


03/11/96 


95 CSE 1266 


Gray 


05/02/96 


95 CSE 1267 


Morrison 


03/29/96 


95 CSE 1270 


Smith 


03/15/96 


95 CSE 1273 


Phipps 


04/01/96 


95 CSE 1274 


Smith 


06/12/96 


95 CSE 1278 


Smith 


03/14/96 


95 CSE 1280 


Chess 


03/19/96 


95 CSE 1296 


Chess 


03/15/96 


95 CSE 1301 


Phipps 


05/09/96 


95 CSE 1304 


Chess 


03/29/96 


95 CSE 1308 


Reilly 


03/13/96 


95 CSE 1309 


West 


03/07/96 


95 CSE 1315 


Phipps 


05/06/96 


95 CSE 1331 


Becton 


03/26/96 


95 CSE 1345 


Morrison 


03/07/96 


95 CSE 1346 


Reilly 


11/15/96 


95 CSE 1367 


Smith 


03/21/96 


95 CSE 1369 


Chess 


03/27/96 


95 CSE 1373 


Morrison 


03/12/96 


95 CSE 1375 


West 


06/24/96 


95 CSE 1376 


Smith 


03/21/96 


95 CSE 1377 


Becton 


03/11/96 


95 CSE 1380 


Mann 


03/15/96 


95 CSE 1382 


Reilly 


04/18/96 


95 CSE 1405 


Smith 


03/27/96 


95 CSE 1406 


Becton 


03/11/96 


95 CSE 1407 


Chess 


05/06/96 


95 CSE 1408 


Phipps 


03/11/96 


95 CSE 1414 


Mann 


08/23/96 


95 CSE 1433 


West 


12/10/96 


95 CSE 1435 


Becton 


03/13/96 


95 CSE 1436 


Chess 


05/16/96 



11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1953 



COSTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Rick E Aikins v. Deparimeni of Human Resources 

Wiilis Herron v Depariment of Human Resources 

Timoifi> A Ratley iJeanesi v. Deparimeni of Human Resources 

Richard E- Reader v. Department of Human Resources 

Wendel McDonald v Depariment of Human Resources 

Wilbur Dewayne Bauli \ , Depariment of Human Resources 

Reginald B Bration Sr \ Department of Human Resources 

James C Smith v. Department of Human Resources 

Ronald D- Johnson v Depariment of Human Resources 

Johnny Leary v Department of Human Resources 

Jimmy Strickland v Depariment of Human Resources 

John W Scott V Depariment of Human Resources 

Calvin S Ausim v. Department of Human Resources 

Derek Henslee v. Deparimeni of Human Resources 

Donald L. Carr. Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

Norman Waycaster v Deparimeni of Human Resources 

Andre Duncan v Department of Human Resources 

Lorenzo Wilson v Department of Human Resources 

Mark Kevin Burns v Depariment of Human Resources 

Cyril Lloyd Payne v Department of Human Resources 

Charles H Johnson v Department of Human Resources 

Willie James Myers v Department of Human Resources 

Christopher F Byrne v Depariment of Human Resources 

Richard Painall Burch v Department of Human Resources 

Charles Gillispie v. Department of Human Resources 

Teresa Rev nolds v Deparimeni of Human Resources 

Thornell Bov^den v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Edward Burns v Department of Human Resources 

Carl R Riiier v Department of Human Resources 

William Charles Rorle v. Department of Human Resources 

Leon Gibson v Department of Human Resources 

Dioni Delvalle. n v Department of Human Resources 

Gerald Roger Beachum Jr v. Depariment of Human Resources 

.Anderson L Wardlow v Department of Human Resources 

Daniel J Carter v Department of Human Resources 

Kelvin Tarlton v Department of Human Resources 

Steven Craig Mooney v Depariment of Human Resources 

John L Cherry Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

.Arthur Jemerson v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael S. Covington v Department of Human Resources 

Gary Steele v. Department of Human Resources 

Terry Sealey v Department of Human Resources 

Jackie L Kopczick v Depariment of Human Resources 

Virginia McDowell Ramsev v. Department of Human Resources 

D Wayne Gray v. Department of Human Resources 

Claude R. .\iiderson v Department of Human Resources 

.Alan Kendell Locklear v Department of Human Resources 

Willie J Parker v Depariment of Human Resources 

Douglas F- McBryde v Department of Human Resources 

Thomas White v Depariment of Human Resources 

James Trevor Emerson v Depariment of Human Resources 

Ray Davis Hood v Department of Human Resources 

Leon McNair v Department of Human Resources 

John William White v. Deparimeni of Human Resources 

Hazel L Walker v. Department of Human Resources 

Tayloria V. Manns v Department of Human Resources 

Carl S. McNair v. Department of Human Resources 

David .■Xgurs v Department of Human Resources 

King Sanders Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

Sandra Kay Carpenter v. Depariment of Human Resources 

Christopher Clyde Barrino Jr. v Depariment of Human Resources 

Clinton Sutton v Deparimeni of Human Resources 

Dave L. James v. Department of Human Resources 

Jonathan Bernard Copper v Depariment of Human Resources 

Stanley Lewis Turner v Department of Human Resources 

Lisa Privetle v. Department of Human Resources 

Franklin D Deese v. Department of Human Resources 

Jan Smith Osborne v. Department of Human Resources 

Mark .Allen Rose Sr. v Depariment of Human Resources 

Mark P Crosby v Department of Human Resources 

Bernard D. Brothers v Department of Human Resources 

Renee G .\rriola v. Department of Human Resources 

Isaac Massey Jr \ Department of Human Resources 



C.4SE 




DATE OF 


NX^ffiER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


95 CSE 1437 


Phipps 


04/01/96 


95 CSE 1447 


Gray 


03/18/97 


95 CSE 1465 


Morrison 


03/26/96 


95 CSE 1469 


Smith 


04/29/96 


95 CSE 1470 


Becton 


07/29/96 


95 CSE 1475 


West 


03/13/96 


96 CSE 0002 


Mann 


08/23/96 


96 CSE 0034 


Gray 


05/10/96 


96 CSE 0084 


Smith 


03/27/96 


96 CSE 0085 


Becton 


05/03/96 


96 CSE 0119 


Chess 


07/08/96 


96 CSE 0130 


Mann 


03/15/96 


96 CSE 0140 


Phipps 


05/17/96 


96 CSE 0188 


Reilly 


05/17/96 


96 CSE 0200 


West 


05/30/96 


96 CSE 0245 


Becton 


05/16/96 


96 CSE 0249 


Chess 


09/25/96 


96 CSE 0257 


Phipps 


05/06/96 


96 CSE 0271 


Morrison 


06/24/96 


96 CSE 0272 


Reilly 


05/31 96 


96 CSE 0295 


West 


07/15/96 


96 CSE 0299 


Becton 


07/19/96 


96 CSE 0336 


Chess 


06/26/96 


96 CSE 0339 


Phipps 


06/27/96 


96 CSE 0365 


Mann 


07/23/96 


96 CSE 0369 


Gray 


07/23/96 


96 CSE 0370 


Morrison 


05/17/96 


96 CSE 0379 


Reilly 


07/18/96 


96 CSE 0380 


West 


05/08/96 


96 CSE 0388 


Smith 


08/01/96 


96 CSE 0389 


Becion 


07/02/96 


96 CSE 0407 


Chess 


07 17/96 


96 CSE 0411 


Phipps 


06/24/96 


96 CSE 0412 


Mann 


08/05/96 


96 CSE 0417 


Gray 


06/24/96 


96 CSE 0424 


Morrison 


05/29'96 


96 CSE 0425 


Reilly 


07/08/96 


96 CSE 0426 


West 


06/24/96 


96 CSE 0427 


Smith 


08/01/96 


96 CSE 0428 


Becton 


08/02/96 


96 CSE 0429 


Chess 


08/26/96 


96 CSE 0430 


Phipps 


05/29/96 


96 CSE 0431 


.Mann 


06/05/96 


96 CSE 0464 


Gray 


08/02/96 


96 CSE 0465 


Morrison 


08/02/96 


96 CSE 0502 


Reilly 


07/22/96 


96 CSE 0503 


West 


05/30/96 


96 CSE 0517 


Smith 


02/21/97 


96 CSE 0518 


Becion 


08/19/96 


96 CSE 0519 


Chess 


08/29/96 


96 CSE 0545 


Phipps 


07/25/96 


96 CSE 0547 


Mann 


09/12/96 


96 CSE 0557 


Morrison 


08/08/96 


96 CSE 0558 


Reilly 


08/14/96 


96 CSE 0559 


West 


06/24/96 


96 CSE 0564 


Smith 


08 15/96 


96 CSE 0568 


Becion 


06/24/96 


96 CSE 0580 


Chess 


06/13/96 


96 CSE 0581 


Phipps 


08/22 96 


96 CSE 0595 


Gray 


08/29/96 


96 CSE 0603 


Morrison 


08/26/96 


96 CSE 0629 


Reilly 


08/29/96 


96 CSE 0638 


West 


07/15/96 


96 CSE 0642 


Phipps 


09/03/96 


96 CSE 0650 


Smith 


02 05 97 


96 CSE 0651 


Becion 


09/30/96 


96 CSE 0690 


Mann 


07/23/96 


96 CSE 0703 


Gray 


10 04 96 


96 CSE 0732 


Morrison 


09/30/96 


96 CSE 0733 


Reilly 


09/30/96 


96 CSE 0774 


Smith 


11/13/96 


96 CSE 0790 


Becion 


08/14/96 


96 CSE 0844 


Phipps 


10/25/96 



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Darryl Leon White v. Department of Human Resources 

Philip Purnell v. Department of Human Resources 

Edwin Southards v Department of Human Resources 

Mary Vaiwver v. Department of Human Resources 

Cabot S- Pollard v. Department of Human Resources 

Johnnie B, Walton v Department of Human Resources 

Timothy P. Ruth v. Department of Human Resources 

Thomas Lee Glenn v. Department of Human Resources 

William S. Freeman v. Department of Human Resources 

James Benson v. Cumberland Child Support Enforcement 

Randy Dale Finnicum v. Department of Human Resources 

William A- Cotton v. Department of Human Resources 

Melvin S- Trapp v. Department of Human Resources 

Winston B. Scott v. Department of Human Resources 

Janet W. Walker v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael R. Bryant v. Department of Human Resources 

Dallas F. Butler v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert James Moore Junior v. Department of Human Resources 

Washington J- James, HI v. Department of Human Resources 

Leslie E. Little v. Department of Human Resources 

Otis L- Hinton v. Department of Human Resources 

David W- Thompson v. Department of Human Resources 

Jimmie Lee Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael Sturdivant v. Department of Human Resources 

Tommy R. Thompson v. Department of Human Resources 

Julian L Barrett v Department of Human Resources 

Richard A. Patton Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth R. Blount v Department of Human Resources 

Anthony Bernard Crawford v Department of Human Resources 

Russell Pearson v. Department of Human Resources 

Harry J. Cook v. Department of Human Resources 

Donald (Glendon) Ryan v. Department of Human Resources 

Joseph Davis v. Department of Human Resources 

Jethero Davidson Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Garry G. Hickman v. Departmtne of Human Resoruces 

Jeffrey Len Ezzell v. Department of Human Resources 

Tessa Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Wilbert J. Boykin v. Department of Human Resources 

Wayne R. Frazier v Department of Human Resources 

Raymond G. Molina v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert R Pray v Department of Human Resources 

Marion A. Ward v. Department of Human Resources 

Lee G. Sanders Jr. v Department of Human Resources 

Robin G. Staten v Department of Human Resources 

Edward F Murphy v Department of Human Resources 

Ken Lail v Department of Human Resources 

Robert A Green v Department of Human Resources 

Michael Roddy v. Department of Human Resources 

Charlie Thomas Smith v. Department of Human Resources 

Clarence Stevenson. Jr. v. Department of Human Resourcs 

Federico R. Alire v. Department of Human Resources 

Walter Love v. Department of Human Resourcecs 

William D. Wall v. Child Support Enforcement 

S alvatore Mitchell Dichiera v. Department of Human Resources 

Billy C. Cummings v. Department of Human Resources 

Randy Earl Richardson v. Northampton County Dept of Social Services 

Mr. Rickey K Terry v. Child Support Enforcement Agency 

James McCollough v. Department of Human Resources 

Joseph T. Maddox v. Department of Human Resources 

Mike Oser v. Department of Human Resources 

Raleigh W. Nickerson v. Guilford County Child Support Enforcement 

Ambrose Lamin v. Office of Child Support & Enforcement North Carolina 

Gerald L. Pendergrass v. Department of Human Resources 

Dennis R. Kozee v. Department of Human Resources 

Mark Owens Frink v. Department of Human Resources 

Kelvine Lance Thompson v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert Venice Flagg. Jr. v Department of Human Resources 

Larry D. Worthy v Forsyth County Child Support 

Darryl Wiley v. Child Support Enforcement 

Christopher A. Abney v Department of Human Resources 

Marcus Watkins v. Stanly Cty Department of Social Services 

Mickey Bridgett v Department of Human Resources 

Deena C Routhier v Department of Human Resources 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 CSE 0845 


Mann 


10/29/96 




96 CSE 0878 


Phipps 


10/25/96 




96 CSE 0968 


Gray 


10/25/96 




96 CSE 0981 


Morrison 


10/24/96 




96 CSE 1012 


Reilly 


10/28/96 




96 CSE 1071 


Smith 


11/14/96 




96 CSE 1086 


Becton 


10/30/96 




96 CSE 1170 


Reilly 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1184 


Smith 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1187 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1191 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1212 


Morrison 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1222 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CSE 1223 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1243 


Morrison 


03/18/97 




96 CSE 1253 


Phipps 


01/14/97 




96 CSE 1261 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1264 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1276 


Chess 


11/04/96 




96 CSE 1282 


Smith 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1295 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CSE 1298 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1300 


Gray 


02/07/97 




96 CSE 1304 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1328 


Mann 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1330 


Morrison 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1331*" 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1332 


West 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1333 


Smith 


11/14/96 




96 CSE 1334 


Becton 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1339 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1344 


Becton 


01/31/97 




96 CSE 1346 


Gray 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1347 


Morrison 


11/14/96 




96 CSE 1349*" 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1370*'" 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1371*" 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1375 


Morrison 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1377 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1378 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1379 


Morrison 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1380 


Reilly 


11/15/96 




96 CSE 1400 


Smith 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1402 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1412 


Smith 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1432 


Becton 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1437*'- 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1441*=° 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1445 


Phipps 


12/12/96 




96 CSE 1457 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1461 


Becton 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1464*=' 


Gray 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1472*" 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1474 


Smith 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1475 


Becton 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1486 


West 


01/31/97 




96 CSE 1487 


Smith 


02/06/97 




96 CSE 1490 


Phipps 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1494 


Reilly 


02/25/97 




96 CSE 1503 


Chess 


01/24/97 




96 CSE 1509 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1511 


West 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1514 


Morrison 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1518 


Becton 


01/31/97 




96 CSE 1523 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1538 


Becton 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1545 


Chess 


01/24/97 




96 CSE 1546 


Phipps 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1547 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1552 


Reilly 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1553 


West 


02/04/97 




96 CSE 1556 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CSE 1557 


Smith 


03/13/97 





11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1955 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Mark Pulliam v. Department ol Human Resources 

James A Fultz v Department of Human Resources 

David Lynn Jones v Department of Human Resources 

Ronald Terry Brown v. Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

James B Miller v Department of Human Resources 

E Burl Davis. Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

Mari L- Ross v. Department of Human Resources 

Reginald A. Barnes v Department of Human Resources 

Boyce P Banks v Guildford County Child Support Enforcenl Agency 

Mark A Blackburn v Department of Human Resources 

Spencer B Miller v Department of Human Resources 

Craig C Coleman. Sr v Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Boyd R Kelley v Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Kilamenjaro C Clifton v Department of Human Resources 

Maria H Morris v Carteret County Child Support Agency 

Jeffreys Lerner v Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Joe Diamond v Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Gregory C, McCauley v Department of Human Resources 

Franklin Glenn Bryant v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Weldon v Department of Human Resources 

James Todd Godfrey v. Child Support Dept of Social Services 

Oscar G Mason v Department of Human Resources 

Lenell M Gales v Department of Human Resources 

Spencer L Allen v Department of Human Resources 

Gary Lee Heafner Sr v Department of Human Resources 

Hsiu Chu Meachum. AK.'.A Linda Meachum v Dept of Human Resources 

Kenneth A Ingle v Department of Human Resources 

Billie J. Swain v Social Services Child Support 

Raul Lapouble v Department of Human Resources 

Jamal D Wilborne Sr, v Child Support Enforcement & AFDC 

Bobby Joe Mcllwain v. Mecklenburg County Child Support Enforcement 

James Jackson v Department of Human Resources 

Jeffrey Dale Grant v Department of Human Resources 
Harold Ray Armstrong. Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 
Gregory C McCauley v Department of Human Resources 

Joseph J Dunn v Department of Human Resources 

Joseph J Dunn v Department of Human Resources 

Gregory S Wolbert v Department of Human Resources 

Archie Lee Oxendine v Department of Human Resources 

Michael Bell v Department of Human Resources 

Jerome Maddox v Department of Human Resources 

Billy E Adams 11 v Child Support Enforcement Agency 

Ramon Domenech v Department of Human Resources 

Amil Ralliah v Department of Human Resources 

William R Briggs v. Department of Human Resources 

Sanford Tyler v Department of Human Resources 

Jonah F Fuller v Department of Human Resources 

Thomas Edward Kutchey v. Child Support Enforcement Agency 

George G Grill, Sr. v. Child Support Enforcement 

Phillip L Lewis v. Department of Human Resources 

John William Vestal Sr v. Department of Human Resources 

George W Burnett, Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Charles F Haag, Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Walter Richardson, Jr v. Department of Human Resources 

Clifton Huff V Child Support Enforcement Mecklenburg 

Scott Sanders v Department of Human Resources 

Mark Stephens v Department of Human Resources 

Teresa Devalle v Department of Human Resources 

Larry Michael Rollins, Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Garry G Hickman v. Department of Human Resources 

Richard A Ration Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Ray Lowery v Department of Human Resources 

Jeffrey Len Ezzell v. Department of Human Resources 

Jeffrey Len Ezzell v. Department of Human Resources 

Tessa Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Tessa Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Ronald Graham Moore v. Department of Human Resources 

John G Howard, Jr v Department of Human Resources 

Gregory B Phy v Department of Human Resources 

Raymond E Smith v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert A, Green v. Department of Human Resources 

Michael Roddy v. Department of Human Resources 

Kevin J. Miller v. Department of Human Resources 



C.A.SE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NinSIBER 


AU 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 CSE 1559 


Chess 


01/24/97 




96CSE 1560 


Phipps 


01/30/97 




%CSE 1562 


Gray 


03/10/97 




96 CSE 1572 


Phipps 


03/06/97 




96 CSE 1577 


West 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1579 


Chess 


01/28/97 




96 CSE 1580 


Phipps 


01/14/97 




96 CSE 1581 


Mann 


12/10/96 




96 CSE 1593 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1596 


Smith 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1607 


Morrison 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1608 


Reilly 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1609 


West 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1615 


Morrison 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1618 


Smith 


01/10/97 




96 CSE 1621 


Phipps 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1623*- 


Gray 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1629 


Becton 


02/28/97 




96 CSE 1632 


Mann 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1643 


Phipps 


03/06/97 




96 CSE 1669 


Mann 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1671 


Morrison 


03/03/97 




96 CSE 1674 


West 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1675 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1684 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1685 


Morrison 


02/28/97 




96 CSE 1715 


Chess 


02/20/97 




96 CSE 1732 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1734 


Chess 


02/20/97 




96 CSE 1736 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CSE 1737 


Reilly 


02/25/97 




96 CSE 1739 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 1 753 


Reilly 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1763 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1768 


Smith 


02/27/97 




96 CSE 1770*" 


Mann 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1771*' 


Mann 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 1783 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CSE 1797 


Morrison 


01/30/97 




96 CSE 1800 


Morrison 


01/09/97 




96 CSE 1865 


Chess 


01/28/97 




96 CSE 1900 


Mann 


03/05/97 




96 CSE 1912 


Gray 


02/03/97 




96 CSE 2020 


Reilly 


02/25/97 




96 CSE 2021 


West 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 2067 


Phipps 


02/17/97 




96 CSE 2068 


Mann 


03/05/97 




97 CSE 0047 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CRA 1185 


Becton 


02/28/97 




96 CRA 1225 


Becton 


12/18/96 




96 CRA 1244 


Reilly 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1248 


Smith 


03/13/97 




96 CRA 1289 


Phipps 


12/12.'96 




96 CRA 1302 


Morrison 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1318 


Mann 


01/22/97 




96 CRA 1320 


Morrison 


12/12/96 




96 CRA 1321 


Reilly 


12/13/96 




96 CRA 1329 


Gray 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1341 


Reilly 


01/10/97 




96 CRA 1350*'" 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1354*'" 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1355 


Becton 


01/15/97 




96 CRA 1368*" 


Phipps 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1369 


Phipps 


12/12/96 




96 CRA 1372 


Mann 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1373*" 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1374 


Gray 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1386 


Reil'ly 


12/13/96 




96 CRA 1399 


West 


11/14/96 




96 CRA 1404 


West 


01/10/97 




96 CRA 1436*'- 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 CRA 1442*-" 


Smith 


02/17/97 




96 CRA 1443 


Becton 


01/13/97 





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1956 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



11:25 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



i 



I 



AGENCY 



Timothy Schnell v. Department of Human Resources 

Walter Love v. Department of Human Resources 

Roger W. Taylor v. Department of Human Resources 

William D. Wall v Child Support Enforcement 

Barbara Renea Caldwell v Cumberland Cty Child Support Enforcement 

Lee G. Sanders Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Brian Kevin King v. Department of Human Resources 

Laura D. Prince v. Department of Human Resources 

George D Bnckell v Department of Human Resources 

Kelvine Lance Thompson v. Department of Human Resources 

Marcus Watkins v Stanly County Department of Social Services 

Garry G. Hickman v. Department of Human Resources 

David Lynn Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Kenneth Joe Diamond v. Cumberland County Child Support Enforcement 

Keith W Phillips v, Cleveland Cty Department of Social Services 

Judy R. Johnson v. Department of Human Resources 

Levern Blue v Department of Human Resources 

Michael E- Kimbril v Child Support Agency Buncombe County 

Spencer L. Allen v. Department of Human Resources 

James Robert Liles v. Department of Human Resources 

Tommy Allen Springs v Forsyth Cty Dept- of Social Services 

David Ray Rowdy v. Dept. of Human Resources 

John E. Gombocs v Dept. of Human Resources 

Charles John Widelski v. Department of Human Resources 

Wayne L. Weeks v Department of Human Resources 

Amanda F. Blount v. Cumberland Cty Child Support Enforcement 

Oscar C. Adams v Department of Human Resources 

Norman Eugene Cameron v. Support Enforcement FayetteviUe 

David J. Hildebrand v Department of Human Resouces 

Debra J- Davis v. Columbus County Dept. Social Service 

Debra Wade v. Department of Human Resources 

Casey C. Townsend v Department of Human Resources 

Samuel L Powell v Department of Human Resources 

Scott James Petrill v . Department of Human Resources 

Samual L Gordon v Department of Human Resources 

C. Lee Bartlett v. Department of Human Resources 

Terence L. McMurray v. Department of Human Resources 

Joseph Lupo V Department of Human Resources 

William R. Briggs v Department of Human Resources 

Melinda S Tunner v Department of Human Resources 

Jeanne G. Bishop v Department of Human Resources 

Rebecca Beaver v. Department of Human Resources 

Vivian B. White v. Department of Human Resources 

Mary R. Mahon v Department of Human Resources 

Mary R. Mahon v. Department of Human Resources 

Laura Heidorf v. Department of Human Resources 

Lois Floyd Barber v Department of Human Resources 

La Rue Herring v. Department of Human Resources 

Debra D. Hammonds v Department of Human Resources 

Vickie Osoria v Department of Human Resources 

Trine P. Bollinger v. Department of Human Resources 

Christie L. Pittman v. Department of Human Resources 

Lorna Sharpe-Ester v. Department of Human Resources 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


>fUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 CRA 1447 


Morrison 


01/30/97 




96 CRA 1465*-' 


Gray 


02/18/97 




96 CRA 1478 


Mann 


01/10/97 




96 CRA 1481*- 


Morrison 


02/18/97 




96 CRA 1510 


Reilly 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1515 


Reilly 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1516 


West 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1517 


Smith 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1526 


Morrison 


12/10/96 




96 CRA 1537 


Becton 


12/18/96 




96 CRA 1554 


West 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1563*" 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1565 


West 


01/13/97 




96 CRA 1624*=^ 


Gray 


03/03/97 




96 CRA 1627 


West 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1631 


Phipps 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1650 


West 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1666 


Smith 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1676 


Smith 


01/14/97 




96 CRA 1678 


Chess 


02/18/97 




96 CRA 1733 


Becton 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1751 


Gray 


02/07/97 




96 CRA 1755 


Smith 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1765 


Reilly 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1776 


Becton 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1790 


West 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1799 


Gray 


03/03/97 




96 CRA 1807 


Smith 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1819 


Morrison 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1842 


Mann 


02/10/97 




96 CRA 1852 


Smith 


02/06/97 




96 CRA 1856 


Mann 


02/10/96 




96 CRA 1893 


West 


02/17/96 




96 CRA 1913 


Morrison 


03/18/97 




96 CRA 1919 


Gray 


02/18/96 




96 CRA 1938 


Morrison 


02/18/96 




96 CRA 1946 


Morrison 


02/18/96 




96 CRA 1991 


Phipps 


03/06/97 




96 CRA 2022 


West 


03/05/97 




95 DCS 0921 


Morrison 


05/09/96 




95 DCS 0958 


West 


04/04/96 




95 DCS 1114 


Reilly 


04/26/96 




95 DCS 1115 


Phipps 


06/04/96 




95 DCS 1137*" 


Chess 


06/11/96 




95 DCS 1142*' 


Chess 


06/11/96 




96 DCS 0065 


Reilly 


03/22/96 




96 DCS 0176 


Gray 


07/30/96 




96 DCS 0298 


Gray 


11/06/96 




96 DCS 0792 


Chess 


10/08/96 




96 DCS 1140 


Gray 


12/12/96 




96 DCS 1353 


Smith 


12/12/96 




96 DCS 1561 


Mann 


01/27/97 




96 DCS 1687 


West 


02/10/97 





INSURANCE 



Carol M- Hall v Teachers & State Employees Comp Major Medical Plan 

Arthur Wayne Dempsey v. Department of Insurance 

Deborah B. Beavers v Teachers & St. Emp Comp Major Med. Plan 

Nadia A. Hakim v. Department of Insurance 

Kathleen D. Jarvis v Teachers & St Emp. Comp. Major Med. Plan 

Mary Alice Casey v Department of Insurance 

Nancy C. Lowe v. Teachers & Slate Employees Comp. Major Med. Plan 



95 INS 1141 


Phipps 


04/01/96 




95 INS 1255 


Smith 


04/22/96 




95 INS 1411 


Smith 


05/10/96 


11:05 NCR 308 


95 INS 1422 


Smith 


03/26/96 




96 INS 0075 


Morrison 


10/16/96 




96 INS 0148 


Reilly 


08/14/96 




96 INS 0726 


West 


11/20/96 





JUSTICE 



# 



Wendy Atwood v Department of Justice (Company Police Program) 
Deborah K. Torrance v. Company Police Program Administrator 
John O- Beach v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Ronald R. Coats v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 



96DOJ01I1 


Chess 


08/07/96 


96 DOJ 0363 


Becton 


08/14/96 


96DOJ 1362 


West 


11/19/96 


96 DOJ 1364 


Phipps 


11/26/96 



11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1957 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NX'MBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Education and Training Standards Division 

Freddie Levern Thompson v Cnmi. Justice Ed- & Training Stds- Comm, 

Shane Douglas Crawford v. Sheriffs' Ed & Training Sids- Comm- 

Charles Henry Daniels v Criml Justice Ed &. Training Sids Comm 

Valerie Maxine Brewingion v. Criml. Justice Ed. & Training Sids. Comm. 

Patricia Josephine Bonanno v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm 

Douglas Allan Stuart v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Rick M Evo> V Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm 

Windell Daniels V Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Gregory Lee Daughiridge v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Sherrie Ann Gainey v. Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm 

Siuari Hugh Rogers v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Sids. Comm 

Brian Thomas Craven v Sherilts' Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 

Larry D Weston v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds. Comm 

Carlton Gerald v Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 

Ken Montie O.xendine v Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 

James Leon Hunt v. Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

David Kent Knight v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Demetrius Arnez Brown v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

Claude F, Nunnery v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

John Charles Maloney V Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Jimmie L. Cooper v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm 

Jerry Glenn Monette v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm 

Carlton Gerald v Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm 

Woodrow Andrew Clark v. Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Warren Scott Nail v. Criminal Justice Ed &. Training Stds Comm 

Zoriana Lyczkowski v. Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds. Comm 

Philip A Berezik. Jr v Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds Comm 

George Willie Gilliam \ Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

George Willie Gilliam v Sheriff's' Ed & Training Stds. Comm. 

Glenn R. Brammer v. Sheriffs' Ed & Training Standards Comm 

Timothy Wayne Fulford v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Brent Lee Millsaps v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 

James Michael Doe V. Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Charles M Perry v Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds Comm 

Gregory K Knox v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Stds Comm. 

Tyrone Sutton v Criminal Justice Ed & Training Stds Comm. 

Bobby V Hancock v Sheriffs' Ed & Training Stds Comm 



95DOJ0731 


Chess 


02/29/96 




95 DOJ 0943 


Reilly 


05/17/96 




95 DOJ 1070 


West 


06/12/96 




95 DOJ 1129 


Smith 


04/12/96 




95 DOJ 1152 


Chess 


03/25/96 




95 DOJ 1189 


Morrison 


06/06/96 




95 DOJ 1235 


Chess 


03/25/96 




95 DOJ 1320 


Gray 


07/24/96 




96 DOJ 0027 


Reilly 


03/19/96 




96 DOJ 0028 


Becton 


08/09/96 




96 DOJ 0029 


West 


06/18/96 




96 DOJ 0036 


Gray 


07,'09/96 




96 DOJ 0037 


Smith 


06/12/96 




96 DOJ 0068 


Gray 


03/26'96 




96 DOJ 0071 


West 


03/28/96 




96 DOJ 0077 


Phipps 


07/25/96 




96 DOJ 01 15 


West 


03/28/96 




96 DOJ 0138 


Becton 


08/09/96 




96 DOJ 0305 


Gray 


08/28/96 




96 DOJ 0306 


Smith 


08/16/96 




96 DOJ 0352 


Morrison 


07/12'96 




96 DOJ 0420 


Morrison 


07/26/96 11:10 NCR 874 


96 DOJ 0432 


Becton 


08/07 '96 




96 DOJ 0515 


West 


10/07/96 




96 DOJ 0576 


Becton 


08/07/96 




96 DOJ 0619 


Morrison 


10,'21'96 




96 DOJ 0652 


Reilly 


11/13/96 




96 DOJ 0656 


Morrison 


08,'02/96 




96 DOJ 0656 


Phipps 


01,'28/97 




96 DOJ 0839 


Smith 


09/05/96 




96 DOJ 0840 


Smith 


09/16/96 




96 DOJ 0841 


Chess 


09/24/96 




96 DOJ 0957 


Phipps 


12/06/96 




96 DOJ 1016 


Smith 


01/22/97 




96 DOJ 1836 


Reilly 


02/03'97 




96 DOJ 1837 


Becton 


02/17/97 




96 DOJ 1885 


Becton 


02/17/97 





{ 



{ 



Private Protective Senices Board 



Timothy A Hawkins v. Private Protective Services Board 
William F Combs v. Private Protective Services Board 
Randy C Hoyle v Private Protective Services Board 
John Darrell Shaver v Private Protective Services Board 
Daniel Ray Williams v Private Protective Services Board 
Robert A Gibson v Private Protective Services Board 
Jimmy D Matthews v. Private Protective Services Board 
Johnnie Lee King v. Private Protective Services Board 
Charlie C. Brackett v. Private Protective Services Board 
Thomas R Harris v Private Protective Services Board 
Private Protective Services Board v. Henry E Bvrd. Jr 
Larry Boggs v. Private Protective Services Board 
Private Protective Services Board v Charles T. Mathis 
Private Protective Services Board v Ricky C. Mullinax 
Private Protective Services Board v. Michael A Smith 
Keith L- Saunders v. Private Protective Services Board 



95 DOJ 1419 


West 


0412/96 


96 DOJ 0022 


West 


03/22/96 


96 DOJ 0024 


Smith 


06/10/96 


96 DOJ 0127 


Reilly 


02,'26/97 


96 DOJ 0128 


Reilly 


02/26/97 


96 DOJ 0386 


Smith 


07/03/96 


96 DOJ 0676 


Reilly 


07/11/96 


96 DOJ 0677 


Reillv 


07/11/96 


96 DOJ 0712 


Becton 


02/03/97 


96 DOJ 0761 


Reilly 


07/11/96 


96 DOJ 0796 


Mann 


08/19/96 


96 DOJ 0797 


Morrison 


10/10/96 


96 DOJ 0798 


Mann 


08/27/96 


96 DOJ 0800 


Becton 


10/04/96 


96 DOJ 0801 


Becton 


1009/96 


96 DOJ 1363 


Smith 


01/15/97 



MEDICAL BOARD 



Medical Board v Martin A. Hatcher. M D 
Pl'BLIC INSTRUCTION 



92BME0510 



Gray 



06/28/96 



1 1 08 NCR 555 



levern K Suggs v. NC Board of Education 

V.A.A. and R.L A v Johnston County School System 

J.T.S. &T S . Parents of E. M.S. v Chapel Hill-Carrboro City SchI Sys. 

L.O. V. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education 

Candyce Ewanda Newsome \ Hertford County Board of Education 

W. and G.B . on Behalf of C.B v. Winston-Salem Forsyth Cty. Schools 

Zelma J. Hillsman v. NC State Board of Education 

Cyvonne Rush Bryant v. NC State Board of Education 



95 EDC 0383 


Smith 


03/13/96 


11:01 NCR 


50 


95 EDC 1024 


Mann 


02/11/97 


11:24 NCR 


1860 


95 EDC 1194 


Mann 


04/12/96 






96 EDC 0285 


Mann 


05/31/96 






96 EDC 0344 


Chess 


05/15'96 






96 EDC 0349 


Mann 


09/03/96 






96 EDC 0399 


Phipps 


01/27/97 


11 23 NCR 


1808 


96 EDC 0591 


Becton 


09/11, '96 







( 



1958 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



11:25 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



f 



AGENCY 



Steve Wright Brown v. Stale Board of Education 

Blaise Malveau v. Cumberland County Board of Education 

Blaise Malveau v. Cumberland County Board of Education 

John Barlow v. Watauga County Board of Education 

Louis Craig Gill v. State Board of Education 

John L. Archer v Department of Public Instruction 

Pamela F. Cummings v. Department of Public Instruction 

Susie Wliitley/Brandon Whitley v, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Bd. of Ed. 

Michael Wayne Geter v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board 

Ted Louis Raye v. State Board of Education 

Felicia M, Moore v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools & Dept, of Public Ins. 

Michael B. Trombley v. Department of Public Instruction 

STATE PERSONNEL 



Department of Administration 

Jimmie A. Hughes, Jr. v. Department of Administration 96 OSP 0008 

Jonathan L. Fann v. Department of Administration, Admin. Personnel 96 OSP 0042 

Carlton Gerald v. State Capitol Police, Department of Administration 96 OSP 0116 

Administrative Office of the Court 

Ethel R. Tyson v. NC Judicial Dept., Administrative Office of the Court 96 OSP 0080 
Albemarle Mental Health Center 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 EDC 0593 


Reilly 


10/11/96 




96EDC06I3 


Chess 


08/14/96 




96 EDC 0614 


Chess 


08/14/96 




96 EDC 0623 


Reilly 


07/24/96 




96 EDC 0675 


Smith 


12/18/96 


11:20 NCR 1624 


96 EDC 0678 


Smith 


08/02/96 




96 EDC 0742 


Smith 


08/16/96 




96 EDC 0964 


Chess 


09/17/96 




96 EDC 1036 


West 


09/23/96 




96 EDC 1055 


Morrison 


01/10/97 




96 EDC 1303 


Smith 


11/25/96 




96 EDC 1970 


Gray 


02/20/97 





Reilly 


07/23/96 


Gray 


05/24/96 


Gray 


04/25/96 



Smith 



03/15/96 



I 



I 



Judy A Gordon v. Albemarle Mental Health Center 

Caldwell County 

Blake C. Pace v Caldwell County 

Catawba County Mental Health 

Tonyer J Ruff v. Catawba County Mental Health 

Central North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Felicia S. Milton v. Central North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Department of Correction 

Haydee Craver v. Department of Correction, Pender Correctional Inst. 

Nancy L Marek v Department of Correction, Division of Prisons 

Gregory Allen Jones v Department of Correction, Supt Bonnie Boyette 

Carolyn Cheek v Department of Correction 

Calvia L. Hill v. Department of Correction, McCain Correctional Hospital 

Alisha Louise Staley v Randolph Correctional Center 

Brenda Propst v. Foothills Correctional Institution 

Delon D Solomon v. Department of Correction 

Alisha Louise Staley v Randolph Correctional Center 

Ann Williams v. Department of Correction 

Haydee C. Craver v Department of Correction, Christopher Phillips 

Dwight Taylor, Mike Estep, Jackie Boone, Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 

V. Department of Correction 
Dwight Taylor, Mike Estep, Jackie Boone, Robert Pitman, Jeffery Clark 

V. Department of Correction 
Dwight Taylor, Mike Estep. Jackie Boone, Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 

V. Department of Correction 
Dwight Taylor. Mike Estep. Jackie Boone. Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 

V Department of Correction 
Dwight Taylor. Mike Estep. Jackie Boone. Robert Pitman. Jeffery Clark 

V. Department of Correction 
Rebecca A Faison v Department of Correction for Women 
Calvia L Hill v Department of Correction. McCain Correctional Hospital 
Pamela Robinson v Department of Correction 
James A Klein v Department of Correction 

James E. Holmes v. Secretary Franklin Freeman (DOC), Parole Comm. 
Tony R. Broffman v. Department of Correction 
Mary Hargraves v. Department of Correction 
Michael S. Doe v. Caswell Center 
Timothy L. Willis v. Caswell Correctional Center 



96 OSP 0354 



96 OSP 0047 



96 OSP 0951 



95 OSP 1241 



Chess 



Morrison 



Becton 



Chess 



10/17/96 



04/01/96 



10/22/96 



05/17/96 



95 OSP 1046 


Gray 


03/12/96 


95 OSP 1075 


Chess 


02/17/97 


95 OSP 1290 


Phipps 


05/14/96 


95 OSP 1441 


Smith 


09/19/96 


95 OSP 1460 


Gray 


05/17/96 


96 OSP 0092 


Gray 


06/03/96 


96 OSP 0199 


Morrison 


04/09/96 


96 OSP 0258 


West 


07/02/96 


96 OSP 0261 


Morrison 


08/05/96 


96 OSP 0279 


Phipps 


10/31/96 


96 OSP 0348 


Phipps 


05/15/96 


96 OSP 0372*" 


Smith 


07/05/96 


96 OSP 0373*' 


Smith 


07/05/96 


96 OSP 0374*" 


Smith 


07/05/96 


96 OSP 0375*" 


Smith 


07/05/96 


96 OSP 0376*' 


Smith 


07/05/96 


96 OSP 0383 


Becton 


10/01/96 


96 OSP 0397 


Gray 


08/15/96 


96 OSP 0403 


Phipps 


12/18/96 


96 OSP 0434 


Gray 


10/29/96 


96 OSP 0538 


Becton 


02/07/97 


96 OSP 0625 


Becton 


08/29/96 


96 OSP 0674 


Smith 


09/05/96 


96 OSP 0691 


Phipps 


09/23/96 


96 OSP 0715 


West 


07/30/96 



11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1959 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



Alisha Louise Staley v, Randolph Correctional Center 

Sharon Oxendine v Department of Correction 

James D Dowdy v Department of Correction 

Larry W Cole. Sr v Brown Creek Correctional Inst 

Martm Tyler Wells. Sr v Dept of Correction Sandhill Youth Center 

Timothy ], Ciscel & Anita K Ciscel v DOP/Piedmont Corr. Inst. 

Charles H Perry v Department of Correction 

Barbara Graham v Department of Correction 

Craven County Health Department 

Linda Walker v Craven County Health Department 
Patricia Kemp v. Craven County Health Department 
Patricia Kemp v. Craven County Health Department 

Department of Crime Control and Public Safety 

Jerry Lee Fields v State Highway Patrol 

Gene Wells v Crime Control & Public Safety, State Highway Patrol 

Hearl Oxendine v Crime Control & Public Safety. St. Highway Patrol 

Jerry Lee Fields v State Highway Patrol 

Gene Wells v Crime Control & Public Safely. State Highway Patrol 

Lloyd Edward Lowry v Department of Crime Control & Public Safety 

Peter Mason Griffin v Crime Control & Public Safety. St Hwy Patrol 

Durham County Health Department 

Lyila D Stockton v Durham County Health Department 

Employment Security Commission 

Gene S Baker V Gov James B Hunt. Jr. Ann Q Duncan. Chairman. 

Employment Security Commission 
William Herbert Allen v Employment Security Commission 
Patricia Gary v Employment Security Commission 
Tonderlier Lynch v Emp Security Comm.. Austin Quality Foods. Inc 
Jessie James Thomas, Jr v Employment Security Commission 

Department of Environment, Health, and Salural Resources 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NLnviBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96OSP0780 


Smith 


10/16/96 




96 OSP 0999 


Becton 


10/22/96 




96 0SP 1081 


Smith 


02/21/97 




96 OSP 1136 


Phipps 


02/10/97 




96 OSP 1142 


Chess 


01/28/97 




96 OSP 1149 


Chess 


01/24/97 




96 OSP 1542 


ReiUy 


01/02/97 




96 OSP 1700 


Becton 


03/07/97 


11:25 NCR 1964 



95 OSP 1171*'* 


Smith 


01/24/97 


95 OSP 1233*" 


Smith 


01/24/97 


96 OSP 0324*'' 


Smith 


01/24/97 



95 OSP 0176 



West 



07/02/96 



i 



94 OSP 1174*'" 


Gray 


08/05/96 




95 OSP 0249*" 


Smith 


07/23/96 




95 OSP 0697 


Smith 


10/16/96 




95 OSP 0836*'" 


Gray 


08/05/96 




95 OSP 1050*" 


Smith 


07/23/96 




96 OSP 0341 


Reilly 


02/28/97 


11 24 NCR 1886 


96 OSP 1309 


Gray 


12/12/96 





93 OSP 0707 


Becton 


05/16/96 


1 1 .05 NCR 300 


94 OSP 1688 


West 


06/11/96 




95 OSP 0793 


Chess 


05/14/96 




96 OSP 0275 


Chess 


05/21/96 




96 OSP 1961 


Phipps 


01/27/97 





{ 



Roberta Ann 'Robin" Hood v Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 95 OSP 0035 
Kathy B Vinson V Dept of Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 95 OSP 0203 
Donald E, Batts v Division of Adult Health. EHNR 95 OSP 1071 

Guilford County Area Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse 

Stuart Klatte v Guilford Cty Area MH/DD/SAS. St Per Comm. OSP 95 OSP 1 179 

Department of Human Resources 



Reiliy 


04/09/96 




Gray 


09/18/96 


11 13 NCR 1087 


Smith 


10/01/96 





Smith 



07/19/96 



11 10 NCR 865 



Sheila Logan v Black Mountain Center. Dept of Human Resources 

Myron A Smith v DHR. Division of Child Development 

Ophelia Webb v, Edard R. Inman. Dir. Alamance Cty DSS. Alamance 

Cty DSS. Alamance County, and DHR 
Peggy Pledger v Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Dix Hosp, 
Peggy Pledger v Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Du Hosp 
Peggy Pledger v. Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Dix Hosp. 
Gail Marie Rodgers Lincoln v DHR. DMH/DD/SAS-Cherry Hosp,. 

Cherry Hospital 
Cynthia D Hickman v DHR. Central School for the Deaf 
Johnny Earl Young v. Unit Head Director of Food & Nutrition 
Peggy Pledger v Department of Human Resources. Dorothea Dix Hosp 
Mary A Boogaerts v Cherry Hospital. Goldsboro. NC 
Kelvin Parter v Dorothea Dix Hospital 

Johnny Earl Young v. Unit Head Director of Food & Nutrition 
Johnny Earl Young v Unit Head Director of Food & Nutrition 
Kim A Bell v Walter B Jones Alcohol & Drug Abuse Treatment Center 
Allen J. Wright. Jr v Blue Ridge Area Authority 
Lynn S, Hales V John Umstead Hospital 
Deborah Ayala v DHR/DSS/Child Support Enforcement 
Jacqueline C. Branch v Division of Facility Services 



95 OSP 0672 


Chess 


01/24/97 


95 OSP 1033 


Morrison 


11/27/96 


96 OSP 01 12 


Gray 


03/13/96 


96OSP0114*" 


Gray 


11/05/96 


96 OSP 0146*" 


Gray 


11/05/96 


96OSP0147*' 


Gray 


11/05/96 


96 OSP 0159 


Chess 


06/17/96 


96 OSP 0191 


Becton 


09/23/96 


96 OSP 0217 


Reilly 


08/13/96 


96 OSP 0241*" 


Gray 


11/05/96 


96 OSP 0269 


Becton 


05/29/96 


96 OSP 0294 


Chess 


08/07/96 


96 OSP 0543 


Reilly 


07/09/96 


96 OSP 0590 


Reilly 


07/09/96 


96 OSP 0597 


Becton 


09/11/96 


96 OSP 0665 


Reilly 


12/20/96 


96 OSP 0729 


West 


10/02/96 


96 OSP 1062 


Smith 


10/29/96 


96 OSP 1089 


Smith 


12/09/96 



i 



1960 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April I, 1997 



11:25 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Buncombe County Department of Social Services 
Kaihy Davis v. Buncombe County Deparlmeni of Social Services 95 OSP 1487 

Caswell Center 



Ramona C Jenkins v. Department of Human Resources, Caswell Center 
Ramona C Jenkins v. Department of Human Resources. Caswell Center 
Frankim D, Sutton v. Department of Human Resources. Caswell Center 

Cumberland County Department of Social Services 



Deborah McKoy v. Cumberland County Department of Social Services 95 OSP 1059 

Ruth Fortner v Cumberland County Department of Social Services 96 OSP 0829 

Durham County Department of Social Senices 
Jan E Smith V Durham County Department of Social Services 95 OSP 1121 

Halifax County Department of Social Serxices 
Clairbel Thomas v Halifax County DSS & Director. Halifax County DSS 95 OSP 0905 

Haywood County Department of Social Ser\ices 
Carol Hubbard v Haywood County Department of Social Services 95 OSP 1084 

Lenoir County Department of Social Services 



West 



08/09/96 



89 OSP 0411 


Becton 


03/26/96 






91 OSP 0522 


Becton 


03/26/96 


1 1 :02 NCR 


89 


94 OSP 0766 


Smith 


03/21/96 







Sharron S, Moten v. Lenoir County DSS, Jack B Jones 
Felicia Ann Baker v Lenoir County DSS. Jack B Jones 

Division of Medical Assistance 

Harold Wiggins v Division of Medical Assistance 

O' Berry Center 

Samuel Geddie v, O'Berry Center 

Gale Worrells v Department of Human Resources, O'Berry Center 

Rockingham County Department of Social Senices 
Lorretta Lawson v. Rockingham County DSS 

Vance County Department of Social Senices 
Robert Eugene Davis v Vance County Deparlmeni of Social Services 

Wake County Department of Social Senices 
Phylis Gilbert v. Wake County Department of Social Services 

Wilson County Department of Social Senices 

Karen R Davis v. Wilson County Department of Social Services 

Department of Insurance 

Larry W, Creech v. Department of Insurance 

Department of Justice 

Thomas M Hughes v State Bureau of Investigation, Dept of Justice 

Department of Labor 

Kevin P Kolbe, Sr v Department of Labor 
Sydney Cheryl Sutton v Department of Labor 

New Hanover County Board of Health 

Tabandeh Zand v New Hanover County Board of Health 



96 OSP 1100 
96 OSP 1101 



95 OSP 1482 



96 OSP 0157 



95 OSP 1238 



96 OSP 0394 



95 OSP 0631 



95 OSP 0368 



Chess 
Becton 



Morrison 



West 



Reilly 



Gray 
Gray 



West 



ReiUy 



Phipps 



Chess 



ReiUy 



Becton 



02/17/97 
12/02/96 



05/24/96 



05/29/96 



08/30/96 



12/06/96 
12/12/96 



06/11/96 



10/28/96 



06/27/96 



11/01/96 



06/06/96 



02/28/97 



11:06 NCR 395 



11;13 NCR 1092 



96 OSP 0414 


Morrison 


06/13/96 




96 OSP 1011 


Gray 


01/09/97 


11;21 NCR 1699 


96 OSP 0471 


West 


06/13/96 





11 07 NCR 434 



11:24 NCR 1877 



95 OSP 0968 


Morrison 


03/14/96 


11:01 NCR 


58 


95 OSP 1211 


Phipps 


02/04/97 






95 OSP 1035 


Smith 


03/01/96 







11:25 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



April 1, 1997 



1961 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Department of Public Instruction 

Johnny Leak v Public Schools of NC. Depi of Public Insirucuon 
McLennard Jay v. Person County Schools 

Sandhill Community College 

Earl Levon Womack v Sandhill Community College Bd. of Trustees 

Office of the Stale Controller 

Angela M, Terry v. Office of the State Controller 

Tideland Mental Health Center 

Lisa C, Selfridge v Tideland Mental Health Center 

Department of Transportation 

Pearlie M Simuel-Johnson v Department of Transportation 

Dorothy J Grays v Div of Motor Vehicles. Dept of Transportation 

Bobby R Mayo v Department of Transportation 

James H Broyhill v. Department of Transportation 

Bobby R Mayo v. Department of Transportation 

Pearlie M Simuel-Johnson v Department of Transportation 

Lisa Ann Lee v Department of Transportation 

Melvin Duncan v Department of Transportation 

Greg Brown v Department of Transportation 

Jesse Wayne Castle v. State Highway Maint.. Guess Rd., Durham. NC 

Archie Brooks v W F Rosser. Department of Transportation 

Jessie L Allen et al v, DMV Enforcement Section 

Dwight Odell Graves v DOT Maintenance. Caswell County 

R L Singleton v Department of Transportation 

William Dean Gillenwaier v Department of Transportation 

Stephanie Taylor v Department of Motor Vehicles 

James M Stokes, m v Department of Transportation 

Tri-County Mental Health Complex 

Deborah Heil v Tri-County Mental Health Complex 

University of North Carolina 

Gregory Lapicki v. East Carolina University 

William C Neal v, Fayetteville State University 

Pamela B Edwards v University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

Keith R. Cameron v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

Bruce W Hunt v Pembroke State University 

Francina Y Tate v. Chancellor Julius L Chambers, NC Central Univ, 

Renee Lynch v NC Central University 

Jerel H Bonner v. School of Nursing UNC at Chapel Hill 

Janice S- Walton v. ASU. Beverly Christian. Joan Critcher. Libby Clawson 

Janice S Walton v Appalachian St University. Claude Cooper. Bill Ragan 

Janice S Carroll v Appalachian St University. Claude Cooper. Bill Ragan 

Vernell Mitchell v. North Carolina Cooperative Extension 

BelaE Karvaly. PhD. v ECU Bd of Trustees. Ch Richard R. Eakin 

Bela E Karvaly. PhD v. UNC Bd of Gov . Pres C D Spangler. Jr. 

Teresa Dail McCaskill v East Carolina University 

Carl E Whigham v UNC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 

Gejuan Long v Winston Salem State University 

Theresa Louise Whittingion v Appalachian State University 

Joey M Carey v A & T State University 

J Scott Spears v Ralph Pederson and UNC-C 

Richard Paul Schneck v ECU Human Res . Sch. of Med,. Psych. Med. 

Rebecca Williams v Winston Salem State University 

Nellie Joyce Ferguson v UNC Physicians & Assoc , Charles Foskey. Dir, 

Kristin K Parkinson v. Western Carolina University 

Mae Helen Lewis v. UNC Greensboro - Physical Plant 

Frederick A Parmley v NCSU Public Safety 



96OSP0861 
96 OSP 0862 



96 OSP 0573 



96 OSP 0402 



96 OSP 1144 



Phipps 
Phipps 



Phipps 



Becton 



Smith 



95 OSP 1100 



Smith 



09/05/96 
09/04/96 



07/25/96 



08/07/96 



02/10/97 



{ 



94 OSP 0589-' 


Gray 


03/01/96 




94 OSP 1044 


Reilly 


04/12/96 


11:03 NCR 173 


95 OSP 0561*" 


ReiUy 


01/08/97 




95 OSP 0673 


Gray 


12/02/96 




95 OSP 0798*" 


Reilly 


01/08/97 




95 OSP 0837*' 


Gray 


03/01/96 




95 OSP 1099 


Reilly 


07/31/96 




95 OSP 1462 


Morrison 


03/08/96 




96 OSP 0048 


Reilly 


05/02/96 




96 OSP 0087 


Gray 


04/15/96 




96 OSP 0239 


Smith 


05/17/96 




96 OSP 0408 


Becton 


08/12/96 




96 OSP 0616 


Morrison 


10/24/96 




96 OSP 0683 


Becton 


08/12/96 




96 OSP 0684 


Gray 


12/13/96 




96 OSP 0955 


Becton 


08/29/96 


11:13 NCR 1095 


96 OSP 0983 


Smith 


03/03/97 


11 24 NCR 1891 



03/22/96 



C 



94 OSP 1721 


Reilly 


09/26/96 




95 OSP 0392 


Smith 


04/22/96 




95 OSP 0842 


Chess 


06/28/96 




95 OSP 1060 


Morrison 


06/24/96 




95 OSP 1288 


Becton 


12/02/96 




95 OSP 1432 


Smith 


04/22/96 




95 OSP 1461 


Smith 


10/03/96 


11:15 NCR 1255 


96 OSP 0026 


Gray 


03/12/96 


11:01 NCR 61 


96 OSP 0055 


West 


01/15/97 




96 OSP 0062 


West 


03/13/96 




96 OSP 0063 


West 


03/07/96 




96 OSP 0132 


Gray 


05/10/96 




96 OSP 0150 


Chess 


05/08/96 




96 OSP 0151 


Chess 


05/08/96 




96 OSP 02 12 


Gray 


01/10/97 




96 OSP 0248 


Chess 


06/11/96 




96 OSP 0253 


Gray 


01/17/97 




96 OSP 0350 


Smith 


10/09/96 




96 OSP 0393 


West 


10/10/96 




96 OSP 0548 


Chess 


08/30/96 




96 OSP 0759 


Smith 


12/19/96 




96 OSP 0807 


Smith 


01/23/97 




96 OSP 0977 


Phipps 


10/02/96 




96 OSP 0987 


Becton 


10/22/96 




96 OSP 1000 


Reilly 


10/21/96 




96 OSP 1037 


Smith 


01/14/97 





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Donna M. VanHook v UNC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 
Tommie Thompson v UNCG, Physical Plant 
Harvey Lee Clemmons v. North Carolina State University 
Andrew W. Ghoison v. North Carolina State University 

Wake County Board of Health 

Debbie L. Whitley v. Env. Health Div. Wake Cty. Dept. of Health 

STATE TREASURER 

Donald B. Durham v. Teachers' &. St- Employees Retirement Sys. 
Barbara Dauterman v. Teachers' & St. Employees Retirement Sys. 
Joyce Clyburn v. Dept of State Treasurer Retirement Systems Division 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

James E. Phillips v. Department of Transportation, Div. of Motor Vehicles 96 DOT 1829 
UNTVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 0SP 1103 


Gray 


01/29/97 




96 OS? 1135 


Chess 


01/29/97 




96 OS? 1426 


Reilly 


01/16/97 




96 0SP 1730 


Reilly 


01/15/97 




96 OSP 1090 


Smith 


09/05/96 





92 DST 1066 


Chess 


07/17/96 


11:09 NCR 


810 


96DST0913 


Phipps 


03/07/97 






96 DST 1087 


Smith 


10/18/96 







Reilly 



12/10/96 



Sylvia Jeffries v. University of NC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 
James E Boudwin v. University of NC Hospitals at Chapel Hill 
Rufus T Moore Jr v. UNC Hospital 
Marcia Spruill v UNC Hospitals - Patient Accounts 
Charles E. Houlk v. UNC Hospiuls 



96 UNC 0067 


Gray 


04/16/96 


96 UNC 0343 


Chess 


07/22/96 


96 UNC 0470 


Reilly 


08/12/96 


96 UNC 0500 


Becton 


07,'10/96 


96 UNC 0588 


Morrison 


08/09/96 



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COL?sT\ OF DAVIDSON 



IN THE OFFICE OF 

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

96 OSP 1700 



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BARBARA GR.AH.AM, 

Petitioner, 



NC DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION, 

Respondent. 



RECOMMENDED DECISION 
ORDER GRANTING SL^VIMARY 
JLDG.MENT FOR RESPONDENT 



This matter came on to be heard by Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Brenda B. Becton on February' 24, 1997, upon 
consideration of Respondent's Renewed Motion to Dismiss and Motion for Summan.' Judgment. Based upon the supporting 
memoranda, the arguments of counsel and the applicable law. the undersigned finds the following: 



FINDINGS OF FACT 



1 . Petitioner was employed as a Probation/Parole Officer with the Department of Correction, Division of Adult 

Probation/Parole in Lexington, Davidson County, North Carolina. 



2. 



On Julv 1, 1996 Petitioner was issued a letter of termination. 



3. Petitioner filed a petition for contested case hearmg on October 31 , 1996 appealing her dismissal and alleging 
race discrimination and retaliation. 

4. An Order was issued by the ALJ on November 13, 1996 mandating the filing of Prehearing Statements within 
thirty days. Respondent N'CDOC filed a Prehearing Statement and the Document Constituting Agency Action on 10 December 
1996. Petitioner did not file a Prehearing Statement. 

5. On November 19, 1996, Respondent NCDOC filed a Motion to Dismiss supported by a memorandum. 26 
NCAC 3.01 15 requires that the "nonmoving party shall ha\e ten days from the date of service of the motion to file a response. 
A response must be in writing." Petitioner did not respond to this motion. 

6. On December 9, 1996. Respondent NCDOC filed a request for a ruling on its motion. 

7. On January 2, 1997, the ALJ issued an Order mandating "that the Petitioner shall respond to the above- 
reference motion on or before January 13, 1997 if the Petitioner desires objections to be considered before a ruling is made." 



Petitioner sent a one-sentence statement to the Office of Administrati\e Hearines (OAH) which was filed on 



Januar.' 21, 1997. 



9. Counsel for Respondent NCDOC stated that it did not receive a response to its motion from Petitioner. 
Based on this. Respondent NCDOC filed a Motion to Dismiss for Failure to Prosecute and memorandum in support thereof 
on January 24, 1997. 

10. A telephone conference call was conducted between the ALJ, Petitioner, and counsel for Respondent on or 
about February 5, 1997. The OAH transmitted a facsimile of Petitioner's letter filed September 30, 1996 on February 5, 1997. 

11. Following die conference call. Respondent NCDOC filed a Renewed Motion to Dismiss and memorandum 
in suppon thereof addressing the issue of whether Petitioner's letter constituted a petition under N.C. Gen. Stat. § 150B-23. 

12. 0,\H. through the .\dmmistrative Law Judge, issued a Scheduling Order allowing discovery and mandating 
that all disco\ery be completed b>' 10 Februar,- 1997. 

13. 26 N.C.A.C. 3.0112(b) states that any means of discover.' a\ailable pursuant to the Nonh Carolina Rules 



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of Civil Procedure, N.C. Gen. Stat. § lA-1, is allowed. 

14. Pursuant to 26 N.C. A. C. 3.0112(f) and Rules 33, 34 and 36, N.C. Gen. Stat. §1A-1 of the North Carolina 
Rules of Civil Procedure, Respondent NCDOC served the Petitioner with DOC's First Set of Interrogatories, Requests for 
Admission, and Requests for Production of Documents by certified mail. Petitioner Graham signed the return receipt on 3 
January 1997, a copy of which is attached to Respondent's Motions to Compel and for Summary Judgment. 

15. Pursuant to 26 NCAC 3.01 12(f), Petitioner had no later than 15 days from receipt of Respondent's notice 
requesting discovery to either object to the request, provide the information, or offer a schedule for reasonable compliance with 
the request. 

16. Petitioner failed to object, respond, or submit a schedule of reasonable compliance. 

17. On 5 February 1997, Respondent filed a Motion to Compel Petitioner's responses to discovery pursuant to 
Rule 37(a) of the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure. 

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

1 . The letter filed by Petitioner within thirty days of receipt of the letter notifying Petitioner her termination 
was upheld by the NCDOC's Employee Relations Committee and stating her appeal rights tolls the statute of limitations and 
is deemed timely filed. 

2. The Rules of Civil Procedure provide that, unless otherwise limited by order of the court in accordance with 
those rules, parties may obtain discovery regarding any matter, not privileged, which is relevant to the subject matter involved 
in a pending action, whether it relates to the claim or defense of the party seeking discovery or to the claim or defense of any 
other party. It is not ground for objection that the information sought will be inadmissible at the trial if the information sought 
appears reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence, nor is it grounds for objection that the examining 
party has knowledge of the information as to which discovery is sought. N.C. GEN. STAT. § lA-1, Rule 26(b)(1). 

Pursuant to 26 NCAC 3.01 12(0, Petitioner had no later than 15 days from receipt of Respondent's notice requesting 
discovery to either object to the request, provide the information, or offer a schedule for reasonable compliance with the 
request. Petitioner failed to perform any of these available actions. As provided in 26 NCAC 3.01 14, the ALJ may dismiss 
the petition if a party fails to comply with an interlocutory order of the ALJ. 

Dismissal of an action has been upheld by several cases decided by the North Carolina Court of Appeals. In Hammer 
V. Allison, 20 N.C. App. 623, 202 S.E.2d 307 (1974), cert, denied 285 N.C. 233, 204 S.E.2d 23, the Court of Appeals ruled 
that where plaintiff was properly served with interrogatories but refused to answer them without good cause, did not serve on 
defendant objections to any of the interrogatories or ask for an extension of time to answer, the trial court properly dismissed 
plaintiffs action. In Hayes v. Browne, 76 N.C. App. 98, 331 S.E.2d 763 (1985), rev. denied 315 N.C. 587, 341 S.E.2d 25, 
the Court of Appeals ruled that the trial court's dismissal of the action did not constitute an abuse of discretion or deny plaintiff 
due process. In Silverthome v. Coastal Land Co., 42 N.C. App. 134, 256 S.E.2d 397 (1979), cert, denied 298 N.C. 300, 259 
S.E.2d 302, the court noted that plaintiffs could not excuse their failure to comply with discovery by claiming that they were 
not represented by an attorney since the claim arose by their own choice. Although Petitioner Graham asserted this same reason 
for not complying with orders of the OAH as well as responding to motions and discovery, this does not constitute justification 
for her repeated noncompliance. 

In Cheek V. Poole, 121 N.C. App. 370 (1996), the Court of Appeals ruled that the sanction of dismissal was not an 
abuse of discretion since the Plaintiff never objected to the discovery requests, had established a pattern of disregarding due 
dates for responding, the sanction of dismissal is specifically authorized by Rule 37, and the Defendant is not required to show 
that it was prejudiced by Plaintiff's actions in order to obtain sanctions. In this instance. Petitioner Graham did not object to 
the discovery requests, did not comply with the OAH's orders to file a Prehearing Statement or a response to Respondent 
NCDOC's motion to dismiss by January 13, 1997, and did not inform the OAH or move for a continuance to obtain the 
assistance of counsel. 

The court may deem the statements in the request for admission as admitted based on Petitioner's failure to respond. 
Chapel Hill v. Burchette, 100 N.C. App. 157, 394 S.E.2d 698 (1990). Rule 36 provides in pertinent pan that a party may 
serve upxjn any other party a written request for the admission of the truth of any discoverable matters. The matter is admitted 



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unless the party serves a written answer or objection to the matter signed by the party or by his attorney. Rule 36 means 
"precisely what it savs." Ovemile Transportation Co. v. Styer. 57 N.C. App. 146. 291 S.E.2d 179 (1982). In this case, 
Petitioner Graham admits the following requests for admissions in which the pronoun "you" refers to Barbara Graham: 

That vou signed the North Carolina Department of Correction Internal Investigation form on March 28, 1996 
acknowledging that you understand that you were expected to cooperate with the investigation and provide complete and 
accurate information, that your failure to cooperate with the investigation would constitute unacceptable personal conduct, and 
that the penalty for providing false or purposefully misleading information may be dismissal. 

During the investigation you admitted making two (2) personal long distance telephone calls on the state telephone 
network. 

You stated to Gregory Briggs, Judicial District Manager, that you made no other personal phone calls on the state 
telephone network. 

You submitted two separate memos dated April 18, 1996 and May 8, 1996 in which you admitted to having made 
a total of fony (40) personal long distance telephone calls on the state network. 

These forty (40) personal long distance telephone calls were made by you during the months of February and March, 
1996. 

You provided false information during the internal investigation. 

Your use of the state telephone network to make long distance telephone calls is unacceptable personal conduct 
sufficient alone to constitute just cause for your dismissal. 

On November 13, 1995 another investigation was initiated in a matter involving you and you were placed on 
administrative reassignment until further notice. A letter dated November 13, 1995 from Roben C. Little to you e.xplained 
that you had been relieved of certain duties including supervision of your case load and that without instruction from your 
supervisor, \ou were not to perform these stated duties. 

You prepared a Modification Order for offender Matt Youngblood and signed it on April 26, 1996. This order 
transferred Matt Youngblood to unsupervised probation. 

On June 3, 1996, you admitted to making telephone calls on Mr. Youngblood's behalf during February 1996. 

On June 3, 1996. \ou also admitted to preparing the transfer of offender Youngblood to unsupervised probation during 
the period of time you were on administrative reassignment. 

David Hartley, Chief Probation/Parole Officer, did not give you permission to engage in these supervision activities. 

Your actions in April 1996 concerning transferring offender Matt Youngblood to unsupervised probation directly 
contravened the letter dated November 13, 1995 to you informing you that you were not to perform supervisory tasks. 

Your actions constitute insubordination and as such are unacceptable personal conduct sufficient alone to warrant 
dismissal. 

Each allegation alone constitutes unacceptable personal conduct warranting dismissal. 
See Respondent's discovery attached to Motions to Compel and for Summary Judgment. By failing to respond to Respondent's 
requests for admissions. Petitioner allowed the actions of misconduct to be judicially established. 

State employees may be dismissed on the basis of unacceptable personal conduct without any prior warning. 25 NCAC 
IJ .0608(a). Petitioner has admitted committing the above-referenced actions and that they constitute improper personal 
conduct. 

A motion for summar.' judgment must be granted if there is no genuine issue as to any material fact and the moving 
party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. N.C. R. Civ. P. 56(c): Wilder v. Hobson. 101 N.C. App. 199, 398 S.E.2d 
625 (1990). The moving party's burden to show that no genuine issue of material fact exists may be met by use of affidavits. 



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exhibits, depositions, and other discovery materials, showing that an essential element of the other party's claim is nonexistent 
or that the non-movant cannot produce evidence to support an essential element of his claim. Bone International. Inc. v. 
Brooks. 304 N.C. 371, 283 S.E.2d 518 (1981); Taylor v. Ashburn, 112 N.C. App. 604, 436 S.E.2d 276 (1993); Rorrerv. 
Cooke. 313 N.C. 338, 329 S.E.2d 355 (1985). 

Based on Petitioner's failure to comply with discovery according to the Rules of Civil Procedure and regulations 
governing proceedings in the Office of Administrative Hearings, Respondent is entitled to a decision recommending that 
summary judgment be granted in its favor. 

Based upon the foregoing Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, the undersigned makes the following: 

RECOMMENDED DECISION 

That Respondent's Renewed Motion to Dismiss is DENIED and Respondent's Motion for Summary Judgment is 
hereby GRANTED. 

ORDER 

It is hereby ordered that the agency serve a copy of the final decision on the Office of Administrative Hearings, P. 
O. Drawer 27447, Raleigh, NC 2761 1-7447, in accordance with N.C. Gen. Stat. § 150B-36(b). 

NOTICE 

The agency making the final decision in this contested case is required to give each party an opportunity to file 
exceptions to this recommended decision and to present written arguments to those in the agency who will make the final 
decision. N.C. Gen. Stat. § 150B-36(a). The agency is required by N.C. Gen. Stat. § 150B-36(b) to serve a copy of the final 
decision on all parties and to furnish a copy to the parties' attorney of record and to the Office of Administrative Hearings . 
The agency that will make the final decision in this contested case is the State Persoimel Commission. 

This the 7th day of March, 1997. 



Brenda B. Becton 
Administrative Law Judge 



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1 he North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) has four major subdivisions of rules. Two of these, 
titles and chapters, are mandatory. The major subdivision of the NCAC is the title. Each major 
department in the North Carolina executive branch of government has been assigned a title number. 
Titles are further broken down into chapters which shall be numerical in order. The other nvo, 
subchapters and sections are optional subdivisions to be used by agencies when appropriate. 



TITLE/MAJOR DIVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 
TITLE DEPARTMENT LICENSING BOARDS CHAPTER 



1 

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3 

4 

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7 

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10 

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Administration 
Agriculmre 
Auditor 
Commerce 
Correction 
Council of State 
Cultural Resources 
Elections 
Governor 
Human Resources 
Insurance 
Justice 
Labor 

Crime Control & Public Safety 
Environment. Health, and Natural 
Resources 
Public Education 
Revenue 

Secretary of State 
Transportation 
Treasurer 

Occupational Licensing Boards 
Administrative Procedures 
Community Colleges 
Independent Agencies 
State Personnel 
Administrative Hearings 
NC State Bar 



Acupuncture 

Architecture 

Auctioneers 

Barber Examiners 

Certified Public Accountant Examiners 

Chiropractic Examiners 

General Contractors 

Cosmetic Art Examiners 

Dental Examiners 

Dietetics/Nutrition 

Electrical Contractors 

Electrolysis 

Foresters 

Geologists 

Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters 

Landscape Architects 

Landscape Contractors 

Marital and Family Therapy 

Medical Examiners 

Midwifery Joint Committee 

Mortuary Science 

Nursing 

Nursing Home Administrators 

Occupational Therapists 

Opticians 

Optometry 

Osteopathic Examination & Reg. (Repealed) 

Pastoral Counselors. Fee-Based Practicing 

Pharmacy 

Physical Therapy Examiners 

Plumbing. Heating & Fire Sprinkler Contractors 

Podiatry Examiners 

Professional Counselors 

Practicing Psychologists 

Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors 

Real Estate Appraisal Board 

Real Estate Commission 

Refrigeration Examiners 

Sanitarian Examiners 

Social Work Certification 

Soil Scientists 

Speech & Language Pathologists & Audiologists 

Substance Abuse Professionals 

Therapeutic Recreation Certification 

Veterinarv Medical Board 



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Title 1 - Dept. of Administration - Complete Title 201 00 001 

Division of Purchase & Contract 20110 051 

Federal Block Grant Funds 201 10 331 

Title 2 - Dept. of Agriculture - Complete Title 202 00 00 1 

Food & Drug Protection Division 202 15 091 

Structural Pest Control Committee 202 15 341 

Agricultural Markets 202 15 431 

Plant Industry 202 15 481 

Animal Industry 202 15 521 

Title 3 - Dept. of State Auditor - Complete Title 203 00 001 

Title 4 - Dept. of Commerce - Complete Title 204 00 001 

Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 204 15 021 

Banking Commission 204 15 031 

Credit Union Division 204 15 061 

Savings & Loan Division 204 15 091 

Industrial Commission/Workers Compensation 204 15 101 

Savings Institutions Division 204 15 161 

Title 5 - Dept. of Conecrions - Complete Title 205 00 001 

Division of Prisons 205 1 5 02 1 

Title 6 - Council of State - Complete Title 206 00 001 

Title 7 - Dept. of Cultural Resources - Complete Title 207 00 001 

Title 8 - State Board of Elections - Complete Title 208 00 00 1 

Title 9 - Offices of the Governor & Lt. Governor - Complete Title 209 00 001 

Title 10 - Dept. of Human Resources - Complete Title 210 00 001 

Licensing of Health Facilities 210 20 101 

Detention Facilities 210 20 201 

Mental Health & Rehabilitation Services 210 20 301 

Social Services 210 20 401 

Children Services/Day Care 210 20 41 1 

Services for the Aging 210 20 421 

Services for the Blind 210 20 431 

Services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing 210 20 441 

Employment Opportunities 210 20 451 

Title 1 1 - Dept. of Insurance - Complete Title 2 1 1 00 00 1 

Insurance 211 10 011 

Consumer Services 211 10 041 

Fire & Rescue Services 21110051 

Agent Services 21110 061 

Engineering & Building Codes 211 10 081 

Title 1 2 - Dept. of Justice - Complete Title 2 1 2 00 00 1 

Private Protective Services 212 10 071 

Police & Sheriff's Education & Training Standards 212 10 091 

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